Despite Hispanic children making up the largest percentage of students enrolled in the Palm Beach County School District, the Hispanic community does not currently have a representative on the School Board. Meanwhile, disparities in educational outcomes and dropout rates among Hispanic students persist.
Alexandria Ayala is running for the Palm Beach County School Board to change that.
Born in Puerto Rico and raised locally in Palm Springs, Alexandria is a proud graduate of Palm Beach County public schools. Alexandria is passionate about our public education system, and she will bring new ideas and a fresh perspective to the school board. She understands that every student, regardless of race, gender, or socioeconomic status, has a right to an excellent education in a safe and inviting learning environment.
We need to support Hispanic leaders for our schools, like Alexandria, that have shared experiences and a common interest with our students, their families, and our community.
Support her campaign today so Alexandria Ayala can focus on:
- School Safety
- Supporting our Teachers
- Mental Health
- Closing Achievement Gaps
- Fine Arts Programs
- Updating Technology
- Managing the Budget
Join us and add your name to her growing list of endorsements and community support, and learn more about Alexandria at www.AlexandriaForSchoolBoard.com.
Let’s come together for the future of our children by electing Alexandria.
Christina Lambert, West Palm Beach City Commissioner
Julio Fuentes, President & CEO of the Florida State Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (FSHCC)
Rolando Chang Barrero, B.F.A., Art Synergy- President, Florida Arts Association, Founder
Claudia Mendoza, Immediate Past President, Palm Beach Democratic Hispanic Chapter
Jose Luis Bereicua, Owner of Tiny Kingdom Preschool located in Greenacres
Juan Orellana, Entrepreneur
Isidro Raul Mejia