“This county needs to be represented by someone who knows and understands the people. I am that person. With 32 years of business experience in Buncombe County and a Christian Heritage of over 40 years I know people respect and identify with that kind of leadership. I will make good decisions that reflect those principles. I need the vote of all who stand with Faith, Family and Freedom.”
I intend to support the teachers of Buncombe County! They sacrifice for the good of our children. Our future depends on quality teachers that do not have to worry about their job and pay everyday. My daughter is a dedicated assistant teacher in Buncombe County and she loves her children with all her heart. I want her to aspire to grow in her profession without fear of budget cuts from the bottom up and not the top down. Support our teachers and help keep quality education and great teachers in Buncombe County! Sincerely,
“Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.” Proverbs 22:6 KJV
“Vote for our Children and leave politics out of it.”
The Pisgah Elementary School fourth-grade teacher makes sure that no student spends the day sitting down. The children walk each other through math problems in class groups and on the interactive white board, and Halpin teaches them to give each other open, honest feedback. The classroom ethic centers around working hard and working smart.
“If you to have kids who are responsible, you have to put some responsibility on their shoulders,” Halpin said. “You have to give them tasks and put them in leadership roles. I spend a lot of time teaching them to be good citizens and to be good people. Because the world is difficult. You have to fight for what you get. Maybe someone has more talent than you, but it’s not OK to get out-worked.”
Mr. Halpin was selected as the Enka District Teacher of the Year AND the overall Buncombe County Schools 2019 Teacher of the Year!
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