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Philip Jordan

(incumbent & current Chairperson)

Why are you running?

I am running for reelection to the Wrentham School Committee to ensure continued excellence in our local public elementary schools. I will continue to identify and secure state and federal funding to meet our budgetary needs without impacting local taxes, building on the success of eliminating tuition for full day Kindergarten and joining the 94% of schools across the Commonwealth with free full-day K! I am especially interested in the new Roderick School building project, ensuring that we build a modern, efficient, and safe school for our students.

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Phil Jordan is the Chair of the Wrentham School Committee, where he has helped create a collaborative environment intently focused on student success. He has many accomplishments over the last three years, including securing a grant for free full day Kindergarten without increasing taxes, navigating a complex state grant for $40+ million to renovate or replace the aging Roderick School as Chair of the Roderick School Building Committee, and leading fair contract negotiations that supported teachers in a financially responsible way. A 13-year resident of Wrentham, Phil is a member of the Wrentham Elementary School Trust and the Wrentham Business Collaborative. A lawyer by training, Phil runs a small business in Wrentham, where he provides expert guidance to local, state, and national governments and the private sector, and is on the faculty of Harvard University. When not working, Phil is happiest when enjoying the outdoors with his wife and three daughters.

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