Running forWard 11 School Board
Running as Non-Partisan Election
I am a proud Manchester born and raised resident and proud Central High School Grad! I have been inspired by the Manchester School District teachers throughout my entire career and many of them are the reason I became a teacher myself. It would be an honor to work hard and support them and the families of the Manchester School District.
None! First time candidate
Current jobHigh School English Teacher at Concord High School in Concord NH
Time lived in NHAlmost my whole life! I was born and raised in Manchester and I lived in Epping for about two years after grad school and moved back to Manchester in 2021.
Manchester public school grad, Central High School
B.A in Literature and Writing from Emmanuel College, Boston
M.Ed in Secondary English Education from Boston College
WebsiteLiz O'Neil for Manchester
Why are you running for this office?
What qualifies you as the best candidate for this office?
What are your thoughts on the Manchester School District's relationship to city government?
What are your thoughts and plans for the number of public schools needed in Manchester (with breakdown of elementary/middle/high schools in that number?)
What are your thoughts/plans on improving grade-level proficiency scores?
How would you address student equity?
What are your thoughts on extra-curricular offerings in Manchester public schools?
What are your thoughts on per-pupil expenditures/costs per student?
What are your thoughts on attracting and retaining high-quality Manchester School District staff?
What are your thoughts on the Manchester School District's relationship with private schools, charter schools and other school districts that have tuition agreements with Manchester?
What are your thoughts on and plans on school safety?
What are your thoughts on and/or plans for addressing remote learning/other uses of technology in local education?
What are your thoughts on or plans for addressing vocational and career-focused educational initiative?
What are your thoughts on as well as plans for addressing issues and costs related to Special Education/IEPs?