‘We Read the Constitution’ Annual Event

Yesterday, October 13, I was very pleased to speak to members of the Asheville Tea Party at the annual ‘We Read The Constitution’ Event and to be featured with a number of GOP and non-partisan candidates who are on the ballot this November. In this photo, I’m on the left…

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My Candidate Profile and Platform

A resident of Western North Carolina for nearly 18 years, Stacey Caskey is an award-winning teacher, nominated for Microsoft Teacher of the Year and chosen by then-Mayor Rudy Giuliani to open the 1997 school year.

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Making the Grade in Henderson County

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As a National Board-Certified Teacher and an educator since 1990, I often wondered why Henderson County’s school board was not composed primarily of teachers. Decisions about curriculum, personnel, and safety should come from those who have been trained and understand best education practices! So how do we take our school…

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Opening The School Year With Rudy Giuliani

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Each year, the Mayor of New York City selects one classroom, out of 76,000 teachers, to open the school year. In 1997, fresh off a nomination for Microsoft Teacher of the Year, I was humbled to be chosen for this great honor. Mayor Rudy Giuliani, joined by state superintendent Rudy…

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I am Officially a Candidate!

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On Friday afternoon, accompanied by my family and friends, I visited the Board of Elections and officially became a candidate for a seat on the Henderson County School Board! I also received my first campaign donation, as well! Afterwards, we went to Sanctuary Brewing Company in downtown Hendersonville and celebrated…

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Get Government Out Of The Classroom

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We need to reduce the amount of testing that we are subjecting our K-3 students to. You might ask, why are we constantly, relentlessly pulling our youngest children out of the classroom and giving them standardized test after standardized test? Why are we creating test anxiety for students as early…

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