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Michael Norbury Guilford County School Board At Large Candidacy Announced

Greensboro, NC – In response to the ongoing lack of job growth in Guilford County, Michael Norbury has filed to run for School Board At Large.

Citizens who continually look to City Councils, the State Assembly, and the Federal Government to improve the economy need to consider another source: our local schools.

The Guilford County unemployment rate remains stubbornly high, especially when compared to state and national averages.

This is why it’s important that our school curriculum directly impacts employment levels.

To accomplish this, the campaign for Michael Norbury School Board At Large proposes the following programs:

1. Improved Business and Economics Education, 2. Stronger College Loan Education, and 3. New Teacher Incentives

In addition to fiscal education, there are many of your issues and concerns that need to be addressed.

Please go to for contact information regarding availability to speak with You, your PTA, Social Group, or Faith Based Organization here in Guilford County.

Thank you for your time.

Michael Norbury

Michael Norbury’s Bio:

– Graduate of Northwest High School
– Attended Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CA
– Graduate of The Living Arts College at School of Communication, Raleigh, NC [formerly known as School of Communication Arts]
– Former business owner
– Currently a graphic designer
– Participated in a Citizen Audit of the 2010-2011 Guilford County School’s Budget

One Comment leave one →
  1. Mark permalink
    February 22, 2012 1:26 am

    Thanks Michael…you will be great at this!

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