Three candidates in Niskayuna schools

Through my personal, professional and volunteer experiences, I bring leadership, focus, dedication, teamwork, and involvement in the greater education community. I am rooted in parent involvement and student support, and I bring a business/financial orientation, all of which contribute to a thorough discussion of issues to reach optimal decisions.

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It has been a privilege to serve in the Niskayuna School District with dedicated professionals, engaged students, active and involved parents, and a supportive community. I urge everyone to come out and vote on May 18.

David Hudson

Biography (100 words or less, please):

David Hudson of Story Avenue is seeking his fourth term on the Board of Education. He has participated on numerous district-level committees including the Safe Schools Committee, the Internet Safety Committee and Elementary Class Size Committee, and also worked to support the successful January 2006 building project effort. He is as voting delegate to the New York State School Boards Association and serves as secretary for the Capital District School Board Association. A past President of the Board, Mr. Hudson currently serves as school board liaison to Hillside Elementary, VanAntwerp Middle, Craig Elementary and the High School. He also serves as Board liaison to the Health Advisory and District Safety Committees, and is a member of the Board's Policy Committee.

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Why are you running for school board?

I enjoy the work I do on the board and would like to see the capital project to the end. Many important decisions will be made in the upcoming years and I hope my experience on the board will prove valuable.

If elected, what do you hope to accomplish?

Great schools and opportunities for our students at a reasonable cost, and a well run organization that is respected by it peer institutions.

What is your opinion of the 2010-11 school budget?

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