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A Tireless Advocate

Published Oct. 23, 2019

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I am writing to encourage the citizens of North Haven to go to the polls and vote for Jennifer Cecarelli for Board of Education (BOE).

I have known Jennifer for more than a decade, and she has been a tireless advocate for all of the students and families in our town. She has been a teacher for 22 years and brings her classroom experience to the board. Beyond serving on the BOE, Jennifer is a an active volunteer in the wider community, giving her time and talents to IRIS in New Haven and creating a Little Free Library at her home for all to enjoy.

In all she does, Jennifer is kind, fair, respectful, and committed to justice. She will use those qualities, in addition to her professional achievements, to continue to create a meaningful experience for all students and families in North Haven. I encourage your readers to vote for Jennifer on Nov. 5.

Michele O’Connell
North Haven