Warren Board Of Education Profile: David Brezee

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WARREN, NJ — Warren Township School Board has five candidates vying for three seats in the upcoming election on Nov. 3.

David Brezee is one of the candidates running. The other candidates include Christian Bellmann, Eric D. Winch, Todd Weinstein, and Laura Keller.

Lori Ruckstuhl-Clar is also running for one, one-year unexpired seat.

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David Brezee

1. Why are running for Board of Education?

It has been my honor to serve the community of Warren as a member of the Warren Township Board of Education since December of 2016. As the father of 4 current students in our district, as well as a proud Warren resident, I am running for the Board of Education to continue my commitment of representing the best interests of our children and our community. My vision is simple: Empowering Students & Engaging Community. One can not be successful without the other.

2. What are your qualifications for this position?

I currently have twin boys in Warren Middle School, and 2 boys at Angelo L Tomaso elementary school. Since our twins’ enrollment in Kindergarten in 2013 I have attended almost every Board meeting as a community member and parent. In December 2016, I became a Board member and I’m proud to say neither my roots nor my commitment have changed. I remain committed to empowering our students while seeking input and collaborating with the community on the best path to do so. I remain committed to excellence in education for our students, and represent the community and parents in this role as a Board member.

Beyond my volunteer work on the Board, I also regularly volunteer for school activities