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Littleton Education Association Recommends Lindley McCrary and Robert Reichardt for LPS School Board
September 13, 2019
The Littleton Education Association (LEA) is proud to endorse Lindley McCrary and Robert Reichardt in their campaigns for School Board of Littleton Public Schools.
Lindley McCrary, an engineer and LPS graduate, is a parent of current elementary and middle school LPS students. She has volunteered as a room parent and School Accountability Committee member at Franklin Elementary, a PTO member at Euclid Middle School, and as a member of the LPS District Accountability and Financial Advisory Committees. She also co-chaired the LPS bond campaign in 2018.
Robert Reichardt, an education researcher and current LPS School Board member, is a parent of current high school students at Heritage and Littleton. Prior to being elected to the School Board, he volunteered as a School Accountability Committee member at Centennial Academy of Fine Arts, and as a member of the LPS District Accountability, Financial Advisory, and Safety and Mental Health Advisory Committees.
Both of these candidates are passionate about Littleton Public Schools and its students, have already collectively devoted hundreds of volunteer hours to LPS, and are prepared to address opportunities and challenges in LPS through frank and respectful dialogue with all stakeholders, including community members, educators of every variety, students, and administrators. They are committed to open communication, learning as much as possible about what is happening day-to-day in classrooms across the district, tackling financial matters head-on, and ensuring that LPS can attract and retain the highest quality educators for its students.
LEA is the professional organization for the teachers and special service providers who work in Littleton Public Schools. Its recommendation was made by a committee of member educators who read written questionnaires submitted by all of the candidates, and also interviewed them in person.