One of the greatest blessings in America is the ability for anyone, no matter their economic background or family history, to work hard and succeed. As the first person in my family to attend college, I know firsthand the transformative power of education.
I believe every child in America should have access to a high-quality education in a safe and welcoming environment, regardless of whether their education takes place in a public school, private school, home school or non-traditional setting. As the wife of a school teacher, I know that our education system faces challenges. American students have been testing below their international peers, debt for college students has skyrocketed, and the federal government’s resources for education are strained. But I firmly believe America has the ability to produce the best and brightest students, from preschool through graduate school.
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WASHINGTON, D.C. – Rep. Jackie Walorski (IN-02) announced this week’s honoree for her ‘Who’s Who in IN-02’ initiative during a speech on the House floor. In honor of Down Syndrome Awareness Month, Walorski paid tribute to South LaPorte County Special Education Cooperative Director Paula Nichols for her dedication to providing services to 1,489 students of varying disabilities, including those with down syndrome.
Mishawaka, Ind. – In honor of National Preparedness Month, Rep. Jackie Walorski (IN-02) today visited Xavier School of Excellence to tour the school, attend a preparedness assembly, and participate in a schoolwide weather drill. In addition, the American Red Cross attended the event to explain the Monster Guard Phone App they created to teach students how to prepare for emergencies and presented the school with a weather radio.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Rep. Jackie Walorski (IN-02) announced this week’s honoree for her ‘Who’s Who in IN-02’ initiative. During a speech on the House floor, Walorski congratulated educator Jenna McGivney of Southwood Junior-Senior High School for being selected to participate in the Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources Summer Teacher Institute.
The teacher institute is reserved for teachers around the country and trains them in primary-source-based teaching strategies to take back to their school districts, apply in the classroom and share with colleagues.
BUNKER HILL -- U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski paid a visit to Maconaquah Middle School Tuesday afternoon to see the school’s Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math initiative firsthand.
It was a special day for one Michiana educator.
Congresswoman Jackie Walorski made a stop at Plymouth High School Tuesday morning to present Principal Jim Condon with the congressional record from when she publicly recognized him on the House floor.
NORTH MANCHESTER — U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski met with students of Manchester Jr. - Sr. High School's AP environmental science class on Tuesday to discuss local produce in the school's lunches, part of Walorski's two-day education tour.
U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski is taking a look at local schools in her district, to see what steps they are taking to increase graduation. One of her stops Monday was at North Judson-San Pierre High School. That school district has been challenged by budget issues, but school officials are working to keep programs in place to help struggling students graduate.
ELKHART, Ind. (FOX28) -- Representative Jackie Walorski made a stop in Michiana Tuesday morning, for her Hoosier Education Tour.
Walorski stopped by a 4th grade band class at the Roosevelt Academy, and toured the Junior ROTC program in Elkhart.
As part of her September Education Tour, Representative Jackie Walorski (IN-02) visited two schools in Miami County on Tuesday.
Sept. 02--ELKHART -- U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski traveled to Elkhart Tuesday, visiting Roosevelt STEAM Academy here as part of a two-day tour focused on education.
The Republican lawmaker watched children playing violins, drums and other instruments, part of the school's emphasis on music. She also watched members of the local Junior ROTC program, made up of students from Elkhart Central and Elkhart Memorial high schools, perform drills.