The Orleans Parish School Board has made great strides towards creating the best schools for our students, but we still have work to do. These candidates are dedicated to putting more money into our kids’ classrooms and providing support for our teachers and staff. On November 8th, vote for the teachers supported by Orleans Parish teachers.

Leslie Ellison – District 4

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Leslie Ellison is an experienced leader with a passion for creating best future for Orleans Parish’s kids. She was elected to serve on the Orleans Parish School Board in 2012, and serves as Chair of the board’s Legal & Legislative Committee. During her time on the school board, she has worked to increase graduation and college acceptance rates, as well as advocate for additional resources for special needs students. With your support, Leslie will continue to work to put more money in the classrooms and make sure our teachers and staff have the resources they need to succeed.

David Alvarez – District 6

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David Alvarez will bring a fresh perspective and new ideas for solving some of Orleans Parish’s toughest problems. David has a master’s degree in education administration, and works as a consultant evaluating student performance and behavioral health programs. He is also the vice president of the Carrollton-Riverbend Neighborhood Association. He will use his strong background in fiscal responsibility to create efficient budgets that put more money in our classrooms and develop public schools that provide quality education across the socio-economic spectrum.

Nolan Marshall, Jr. – District 7

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Nolan Marshall, Jr. was elected to the Orleans Parish School Board in 2012. He has served the community as a public schools partner and advocate for over 40 years. Nolan is proud of the progress our school board has made in recent years, but he knows there is still work to be done. With your support, Nolan will continue to work to put more money in the classrooms and make sure our teachers and staff have the resources they need to succeed.

Vote on November 8th