Foster declares school board candidacy
Published 10:07 am Saturday, January 27, 2024
Jenice Foster is a candidate for District 5 Crenshaw County Board of Education with the goal of building community relationships and ensuring safety to students and school staff. She is a resident of Grady and member of Helicon Missionary Baptist Church.
As a 2013 graduate of Highland Home School, Foster knows county schools from an inside perspective.
“During my years attending Highland Home I participated in sports, Beta Club and SGA as well as serving as class treasure,tutor, and many other activities,” Foster said. “I currently have two children and three sisters that are enrolled in Highland home school ranging in grades K 4-11th grade. Alongside my children and sisters I have a range of family and friends that are a part of the Crenshaw County School system.”
Foster has an educational background in human resources leadership and communications
“I enjoy helping others, spreading kindness, being encouraging, having motivational conversations, and giving back to the community,” Foster said. “Within the community I have held events for the youth such as back to school events and Halloween festivals. My purpose for hosting these events is to provide a fun safe environment for kids to be able enjoy themselves amongst their peers.”
If elected, Foster said she wants to build positive relationships throughout the district and ensure safety of all students and staff of the Crenshaw County Schools.
“I want all schools in the county to be awarded the same opportunities within academics, future planning, sports, and advancement of technology,” Foster said. “I am active in the community and will always be available to listen to any concerns that parents or any person in the community may have. I will be present to all board meetings and strive to make the best decisions for a “better future for our kids.” I would greatly appreciate you considering voting for me to represent Crenshaw County Board of Education District 5.”