Christopher Munoz, Candidate for Bayonne Board of Education Trustee
Re-Elect Christopher Munoz to the Bayonne Board of Education
NewsSunday, November 19, 2017 5:49 AM
I am writing to express my gratitude to the City of Bayonne for re-electing me to serve as a Bayonne Board of Education Trustee. I am grateful for your support and I am honored to serve this wonderful community.
Monday, November 6, 2017 3:12 PM
I am a
father, a tax payer, a teacher, and a board member.
I was so honored to be elected by this community in 2015. To have the faith and support of people is an overwhelming and humbling experience and I am asking this community to trust me again.
Thursday, November 2, 2017 1:46 PM
I am writing this letter as a private citizen. My opinions do not reflect those of a trustee of the Bayonne Board of Education but rather those of a very involved and concerned citizen. The Board of Education election of 2015 was indeed a momentous one. After 37 years, the citizens of this city had the opportunity to vote for the members of the BOE. Try to remember that the purpose of having an elected board is to keep politics out of the Board election process. With any political support, invariably some cronyism will eventually find its way into the board room. Please seriously consider who you vote for this Tuesday, November 7th.
Thursday, November 2, 2017 10:41 AM
To the Editor:
I am writing this letter as a private citizen, a former teacher, retired Deputy Chief of Police and taxpayer. These are not the opinions of the Board of Education, only my own.
I would like to endorse Mike Lawandy and Chris Munoz for re-election as trustees for the Bayonne Board of Education.
Thursday, November 2, 2017 10:29 AM
As a retired teacher and former president of the Bayonne Teachers Association, I have more than a passing interest in this year's Bayonne school board election. I understand the issues facing our schools and our community and I think we need strong, independent leadership to tackle the difficult challenges of recruiting a dynamic and qualified superintendent, resolving, once and for all, the longstanding and persistent imbalance in our teachers' salary guide, improving morale among our school employees and getting our district's financial house in order.