Retired certified classroom teacher, Marsha Francine Campbell announced her candidacy for the vacant school board position for District 2, Tulsa Public Schools. This vacancy presented an opportunity for her to continue to make a difference in the lives of students and the Tulsa community. She is asking for your vote in the February 9, 2021 primary election. District 2 includes Booker T. Washington High School, Will Rogers Junior and Senior High, Carver Middle School, and numerous elementary schools. She will represent her constituents regardless of what school they attend or what position they hold in the district and will apply her knowledge and experience to make sound policy decisions that benefit all students and stakeholders across the District.
A native of Tulsa, graduating from Central High School in 1973 she received an Associate Degree, from Tulsa Junior College and a Bachelor of Science from Northeastern State University. In 2002 she became a certified teacher and taught General Science at Monroe Middle School and through the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education she taught Technology Engineering at McLain High School, Tulsa Public Schools.
During her 17 years in the classroom, she forged relationships with various community organizations; Sustainable Tulsa, Langston University, Education for Scholars, Inc., and various Rotary Clubs in the Tulsa area, to develop support for her curriculum and to develop student leadership.
Marsha Francine Campbell believes in the core values of Tulsa Public Schools and will work to promote equity, build character, expect excellence, support the team, and bring joy to learning and is asking for your support and vote on February 9, 2021.