Thank you to the voters of the Hunter Mill District for the privilege
of serving as your representative on the Fairfax County School Board since 2011! I am very excited about the work I've
been able to do so far and I humbly ask for the opportunity to serve another term. Please watch here - and at facebook.com/VotePatHynes
- for information about my reelection campaign.
A Teacher's Voice for Children of Fairfax County
Candidate for Reelection to the Fairfax County School Board, 2015, Hunter Mill District.
A twenty-year county resident, educator,
attorney, parent and civic activist, Pat is a classroom teacher who began her journey as an educator first as a parent.
She was the president of her children's cooperative preschool, president of their elementary school PTA, founding member
of the Vienna Teen Center Foundation and also civic association president for five years. Pat has invested her energies
in community and civic organizations and currently serves as Hunter Mill District representative to the Fairfax County School
Board. Trained as an attorney, she has focused her career on the educational field to ensure that every child and family
gets the most out of all the Fairfax County School system has to offer.
Friday, November 4, 2011
Reelection Campaign Kickoff!
4 nov 11 @ 9:03 pm
Thanks to all who attended my reelection campaign kickoff on April 18th at the Walker Nature Center in Reston! Thanks
especially to Harris LaTeef and Ben Press for introducing me and to Delegate Mark Keam for his kind endorsement! It
was a beautiful day to gather in a beautiful place and talk about public education. I have so enjoyed the privilege
of serving as the Hunter Mill Dsitrict member on the Fairfax County School Board for the last four years. I'm excited
about where the school system is headed. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to know more about
4 nov 11 @ 7:23 pm
Fairfax County Public Schools
FCPS administers public
schools in Fairfax County and the City of Fairfax. With over 185,000 students
enrolled, FCPS is the tenth largest public school system in the U.S., and the largest in the Baltimore-Washington
and Northern Virginia Metropolitan Area. The most notable commitment that Fairfax County
makes to its school system is the allocation of approximately 53% of its fiscal
budget to the school system. Including state and federal government contributions, along with citizen and corporate contributions,
this brings the 2015 fiscal budget for the school system to $2.3 billion. With
almost 200 schools and centers, and over 25,000 employees, FCPS is a significant part of the regional economy. Fairfax
County residents and businesses expect a first-in-class public school system, and FCPS strives every day, in every classroom,
to provide every child the very best.