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Hello Friends!It is with great honor to receive the confidence and votes from the Elmbrook community to represent you on the school board! Thank-you!I will serve each and every constituent with resolve to make our District a better school for our children, your grandchildren, your future children and those that love our children.Humbly,Sam ... See MoreSee Less
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Meet Sam Hughes

On Monday, February 13, 2023, Friends of Fairview South hosted the 2023 Candidate Forum. Friends of Fairview South is an Elmbrook School District parent community and teacher organization.

All candidates were invited to participate in the public forum where each candidate had the opportunity to respond to nine questions prepared by the Friends of Fairview South organization.

The topics asked of the candidates included their position on Parental Rights, Educational Materials, Special Education, Academics, Fiscal Responsibility, Accountability, Community, and Boarding Meetings.

Learn more about Sam and his position on these critical topics.

As Your Next Elmbrook At-Large School Board Member

As your next Elmbrook At-Large School Board Member, I will work for greater Trust, Truth, and Transparency from our school district’s administrators, for you, our community stakeholders. They work for YOU – and I will, too.

As your Elected Representative, I will work tirelessly to make the business of the school district and the school board more simple to understand, easier to attend and observe, and more accountable to you, our district’s primary stakeholders. Your private wealth, in the form of tax revenue, provides the majority (nearly $75 million) of our district’s annual funding of over $125 million (projected for 2022-23).**

I believe that our exceptional community deserves:

  • Better Student Academic Outcomes
  • Renewed Focus on Core Subjects: Literacy, Math, and Science
  • Truly Personalized Special Education Services
  • Greater Respect for Parent Values and Rights 
  • Smaller Classes and Lower Student / Teacher Ratios
  • More Opportunities for Vocational Trades

I bring 18 years of successful business experience, building trust through strong relationships, delivering on promises, stewarding complex budgets, and managing financial strategies. I am skilled at developing practical solutions to a variety of problems, and I am always fully accountable to my clients and stakeholders.  With your vote on April 4th, I will put my skills, experience, and values to work for you as your next Elmbrook School Board Member, beginning in April 2023. 

Student TRiangle Support

Parents are the primary educators, working with the student and the teacher.

Reading writing and arithmetic

Primary Education should be focused on Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic.

Improving Grades

Focus on education by removing obstacles to learning.  Improve student to teacher ratios with smaller class sizes.

Special needs

The most vulnerable children need to be protected and given their right to a free and appropriate education.

** “The preliminary revenue budget for 2022-23 increases projected revenues by $4,696,651 which reflects a 3.87% increase when compared to the 2021-22 adjusted budget. The majority of the revenue budget is funded from the local property tax payers. Other large funding sources are open enrollment and state funding for equalization aids.” (From page 11 of the District’s 2022-23 Preliminary Budget presented to the Board of Education on June 14, 2022.)

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