Kleist, who did not provide her age, strives for excellence. If elected to
the school board, she said she will act with transparency and make
financially sounds decisions.
Kleist has a master’s in business administration. She also has 12 years of experience in the automotive industry.
“I am in this for the long haul as my children’s future depends on a
quality education provided by a quality school district,” she said. “A
vote for Kleist is a vote for the children of Huron schools and their
Kleist has testified before the Senate Education Committee on Dyslexia legislation in Ohio.
“I’m for the kids,” she said. “Focusing on anything else right now means
that our children are last. I want the focus back on our schools so
that we can restore pride in our schools and provide transparency which
parents and residents want.”
-- Kaylee Remington, Morning Journal article from Nov. 1, 2013