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Prince George social worker running for school board

Bob Schroeder worked in the forest industry for many years before becoming a social worker and has lived in the Prince George area for over 30 years.
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Bob Schroeder.

Bob Schroeder, the program manager for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northern BC, has announced his intention to run for School District 57 Board of Education in the civic elections on Oct. 15.

“I have had the amazing experience of serving countless children and families in the community of Prince George for many years. I have also had the pleasure of working with students, educators, and administrators in SD57 when bringing programs to their schools which have positively impacted a wide range of students,” Schroeder said. “While there will be new skills to learn in the role of School Trustee, I know that I will bring a unique and distinct vision to the role by focusing less on politics and more on positive education outcomes for all of our students.”

Schroeder’s vision for the SD57 Board of Education focuses on ensuring that decisions at the board table are made with children’s education always being the priority above and beyond the politics of the education system. 

Schroeder worked in the forest industry for many years before becoming a social worker and has lived in the Prince George area for over 30 years. He is now looking forward to working with the SD 57 communities to improve education outcomes for all students in the district.

For more information regarding Schroeder’s vision for SD57 you can visit his Facebook page at Bob Schroeder or you can reach out directly by email at bschroeder.trustee2002@gmail.com

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