PROFILE: Nick Field, rural trustee

Nick Field is running for rural area school trustee

In these challenging times, our school board needs someone who provides a strong voice, a parent’s perspective, an interest in helping our students succeed and an active relationship with teachers and administrators.

As a father of two children and working professional, I bring to the board a genuine interest in making our community as strong, safe and successful as it can possibly be. I want to provide our students with top-notch instruction and endless opportunities to expand knowledge, grow and make a difference in the communities where they live, play and learn.

I have demonstrated my commitment to students through the “Hatzic Secondary 2 Habitat” program I co-founded, and I commit to bringing that same passion for positive change to all students in the Dewdney, Deroche, Lake Errock, Mission area.

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