West New York board of education appoints 18-year-old to fill vacant trustee seat

West New York board of education appoints 18-year-old to fill vacant trustee seat. Under the watch of the FBI, the board appointed former Memorial High School valedictorian Adam Parkinson to fill the empty seat left by ex-board president Adrienne Sires.

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    1. Congratulations Adam Parkinson. Your presence on Our Board of Education will inject the perspectives of our youth that hitherto have been sorely missing. Thanks to John Heinis as always for your talents and service to Our Community

      Patrick R. Cullen, Jr. & Al Cifuentes for Boardof Education Trustees 1/28/14 Special Election

    2. THE FACT THAT THIS KID WAS ELECTED TO THE BOARD IS A JOKE. THIS KID HAS NO EXPERIENCE IN EDUCATION AND OTHER THAN THE FACT THAT HE IS STILL LOOKING FOR A PROM DATE HE SHOULD HAVE NO CONNECTION TO THE DISTRICT.

    3. Adam Parkinson and his family are exemplary figures in the community. I am happy that Adam Parkinson is on the School Board. This young man was the valedictorian of his class, and has chosen to help his community. Despite what “JOHNNY KNOW NOTHING” says above. I’m happy that a recently former student is on the Board to voice his opinion as to what the student perspective is on education. Good luck Adam and keep up the good work.