KEA recommends three candidates for school board


Recommendations based on interviews with candidates about local school issues

The Kenosha Education Association is proud to recommend three school board candidates for the April 3rd election.

The KEA membership is recommending three candidates; Mary Modder, Tom Duncan, and incumbent candidate Mike Falkofske, for KUSD School Board.

“Kenosha Education Association educators believe these three candidates share our vision for strengthening the Kenosha Unified School District,” said Jill Jensen, a Kenosha elementary school teacher at Pleasant Prairie and KEA president. “We were impressed with each candidate’s willingness to foster a collaborative relationship with Kenosha educators and parents and believe they will uphold their responsibility to provide Kenosha students with the public schools they deserve.”

In making their recommendations for the Kenosha School Board, KEA members focused on areas including support for public schools and ensuring educators and parents have a voice in school decisions.

“These three candidates share the values of public school educators and are genuine in their desire to keep our communities strong,” Jensen said. “They have earned our support and we are proud to recommend them.”

Looking for an opportunity to learn more about the candidates? KEA members are invited to join us for the AR meeting on Thursday, March 15 at 4:30pm to meet the candidates and learn more about their platform. Get more information here.