SCHOOL BOARD: Kuczynski, Tadeusz

School District 34: Kuczynski, Tadeusz - Board of Education trustee candidate

  • Oct. 24, 2014 1:00 p.m.

Tadeusz Kuczynski

Name: Tadeusz Kuczynski

Party affiliation (if any): British Monarchist League

Education: High School, Master in Martial Arts

Occupation: Proprietor and Instructor at NAM INSTIUTE OF TAI CHI CHUAN

Previous political experience: 5 years at the Board of Directors at Abbotsford Arts Council

Residency (city/neighbourhood): Abbotsford

Community involvement: DJ volunteer at CIVL 101.7 FM

Marital status/children: Married 1 daughter

Email: kuczynsk@hotmail.com

Social media: facebook

What do you feel are two key education-related issues Abbotsford voters should be considering when choosing trustee representatives in this civic election?

Courage to represent honesty and transparency.

Why, and what would you do to address these issues?

Those issues are basic necessity in the process of education. I would activate every cultural channel to bring those issues into attention of public.

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