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Welcome.

Dear Neighbor,

Welcome to my website. I'm running for JCPS school board District 6 because I want to ensure that the legacy of progressive leadership and accomplishment made by current board member Lisa Willner continues.

Important progress has been made to promote equitable access to education, close achievement gaps, promote diversity and support teachers and staff in Jefferson County Public Schools but there is still much work to be done.

I am a parent of two Tully Elementary School students and I am committed to providing the brightest possible future for all public schools students. As the pastor of Burnett Avenue Baptist Church, I work closely with JCPS administrators and staff and provide summer educational programs, tutoring and college visits.

I will work to help navigate the leadership challenges ahead while focusing on early childhood education, teacher wages, equity and diversity policies and community inclusivity.

Please check out my bio and other links to get to know me better.

Serving as your school board representative would be a great honor. I humbly ask for your vote on November 6, 2018.

Corrie

 
 
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This is an important election. Please take your time when considering who should get your vote. Below are some links detailing the candidates in the election.

Get To Know the JCPS Board Candidates

Insider Louisville


9 newcomers will compete for 2 seats on JCPS board

WDRB


Teachers union PAC endorses Craig, Shull in school board race

Insider Louisville

 
 
 
Corrie Shull

Biography

Corrie is a lifelong champion of public education and his record of community service underscores his advocacy for a strong, diverse, progressive Jefferson County Public School system. He is the father of Zoe and Harrison who attend Tully Elementary School.

Corrie has served on JCPS’ Facilities Committee and the Behavioral Support Alternative Task Force. He is a member of Flash Dads, a group of fathers who mentor JCPS middle school boys.

For the past seven years Corrie created and led the STEM Summer Camp Teen Summit Enrichment Program which offers a mix of academic instruction and sports.

He also serves as coordinator and sponsor of an annual college tour giving high school seniors the opportunity to visit college campuses and personally connect with counselors, students and staff.

Corrie holds an undergraduate degrees from Fisk University and a masters degree from Louisville Presbyterian Seminary. He is the pastor of Burnett Avenue Baptist Church in Fern Creek.