I’m running for Washoe County School Board, District C to serve the families of Washoe County.
It has been my honor and privilege to serve as the newly appointed Trustee for
District C, and I’m in this for the long haul.
I am running for our kids, our neighbors, our educators, and our future.
With your vote, I can continue being a voice for you.
Putting My Experience to Work
Each person should have a voice. From parents and educators to students themselves, I intend to give you a platform where your concerns are heard and then met. With nearly 20 years in public service, I’ve dealt with the pains of typical political double-talk for far too long, and that’s why I’m running.
When you vote for me you are electing a husband, a friend, and most importantly, a father who cares about his children’s education.
Every day, I feel blessed to live in this beautiful community with my wife and four children. However, I still believe we can make our community better by prioritizing our children’s needs and cutting through the red tape.
Expand our school system to meet the needs of a growing community
Our community has grown by 20.54% since 2010. To match this growth, we need to build more schools and hire more teachers and staff. One goal I have is to prioritize a new high school in Cold Springs. I would also like to prioritize more volunteer opportunities for parents in our schools.
Improve compensation for our teachers and support staff
Educators and support staff are directly responsible for the development of our children. These individuals have had to work through a pandemic, lack of funds, and lack of resources. As a community, we are overdue in showing them our appreciation.
Provide a safe haven for our children
Early in my law enforcement career, it would break my heart to see children who had lost their way. In our community, the school system provides the only safe place for the kids who don’t have good home lives. My goal is to build an ecosystem where these kids can receive the positive support they need from role models in our community.
- Trustee Rodriguez is hard at work and District C is set to receive $30,000,000 to $40,000,000 in capital renewal investments in the next 5 years for remodels and updates.
- Already in 2022, District C schools received over $4,000,000 total for the remodeling of older schools.
- Trustee Rodriguez is prioritizing the much-needed academic recovery investments with ESSER funds. Currently, opportunities to invest in classroom technology such as sound amplification systems and active display monitors such as Promethean are being developed. Trustee Rodriguez will support District C schools receiving the equipment needed for a 21st-century learning environment.
Voted in support of $3.7 million for microphones, speakers, amplifiers for 40 schools
Voted in support of the New Debbie Smith Career Technical Academy High School, to be completed by fall 2024/ Construction starts this fall
Voted in favor of antibully and hazing policy promoting a safe learning environment
Voted in support of new Elementary School in South Reno
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Committee to Elect Joe Rodriguez
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