Miller, 60, cited improving teacher morale as a priority if she were to be elected.
She listed increased responsibilities for teachers from the state and explained that effective communication could increase morale.
“I would like to see the Mentor Schools foster a culture of collaboration focused on student achievement,” she said in her News-Herald questionnaire. “I envision the Mentor Schools to be a healthy culture with high expectations for every student, renewing an emphasis on academics by restoring electives that were lost years ago.”
Miller is a retired teacher and administrator in the district and has lived within the community for seven years.
Caitlin Fertal, The News-Herald article Oct. 3