for pearland isd
It's our job, as a community, to give the best possible education for all of our students. Young people can achieve great things if we give them the tools they need to succeed. In Pearland today, however, our trustees and superintendent are more focused on the bathrooms than the classrooms. It's time for change. It's time for real leadership.
Are you ready to start the future?
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In my opinion, it is the primary goal of PISD to prepare students for a post-secondary education at a 4 year college or a vocational school. Success isn't getting kids through high school - it's preparing them for the future.
I am 100% pro-student and will be an avid advocate for student rights. I believe in guaranteeing the best possible education for all students, regardless of income.
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Mike Floyd has been a long time advocate for student rights in Pearland ISD. Not only has he gone to Pearland schools his entire life, but he is committing to improving them for others. Mike is the frm. President of Dawson High School, frm. Junior Class President, frm. Sophomore Rep., the founder of several on campus clubs, and was the author and leader of the Free Dress Code Movement, which successfully changed the PISD Dress Code after gaining over 6,000 signatures. Mike's first petition to increase school lunch quality was in 4th grade.
Yes, Mike is 18 years old, making him the youngest school board candidate in Pearland history. But don't let his age fool you - Mike has been involved in local politics for the past 7 years and has interned with State Representatives, shadowed Federal Judges, and has attended national political conventions. Mike is well versed in the issues of our district and is ready to serve!
Never before in PISD history has a student been elected to the Board of Trustees. Mike believes it is long overdue and is a great opportunity for someone who knows what is going on inside of the classroom to set district policy. There is often a disconnect between the district administration and the classroom, a gap that Mike can fill. It is essential that the Board understands how policies implemented at the top would effect each and every student.