At the Fairfax GOP Convention held on March 26, 2022, Chairman Steve Knotts shared the following proclamation:
WHEREAS, our fellow Republican Elizabeth L. Schultz honorably served on the Fairfax County School Board for eight years;
WHEREAS, Ms. Schultz additionally served for one year in the U.S. Department of Education as Deputy Director of the Office of Educational Technology
Today Governor-elect Glenn Youngkin named Jillian Balow as Virginia’s next Superintendent of Public Instruction, and Elizabeth Schultz as the next Assistant Superintendent of Public Instruction.
“Jillian and Elizabeth are going to be crucial in helping Secretary of Education Aimee Guidera restore excellence in education,” Youngkin said.
When: Monday, November 8 @ 6:00 – 9:00 pm (Dinner Hour 6pm, Program starts at 7pm)
Where: Kilroy’s Restaurant
Ravensworth Shopping Center Springfield, VA
5250 A Port Royal Rd.Springfield, VA 22151 (703) 321-7733
Also, special guests, County Clerk John Frey and the Hon. Elizabeth Schultz, former FCPS Board Rep.
DATE: Thursday, October 21
TIME: 6:30 PM
LOCATION: provided upon RSVP toPizzaNights2021@yahoo.com
Candidate websites are all listed HERE
Meet Julie Perry, candidate for District 86,
along with special guest, former FCPS Board Rep., the Honorable Elizabeth Schultz
Saturday, July 31 from 6:00 – 8:00 PM
No charge – appetizers and soft drinks will be served.
Come meet Julie and learn why we must push back against Critical Race Theory before it’s too late!
RSVP to email@example.com
* Not sure what district you live in? Check our district map or click HERE.
School districts across Virginia have been expending resources, directing staff time, and hiring consultants to address “equity” in curriculum delivery and for professional development of teachers and other employees. Fairfax and Loudoun County, the two largest counties in the Commonwealth, have set the lead in driving the changes in education and embracing critical race theory and “anti-bias” in their respective divisions.
Former school board member Elizabeth Schultz was on WMAL’s Larry O’Connor Show Wednesday afternoon, discussing Fairfax County Public Schools’ decision to start the new academic year with zero in-person classes. Democrats on the school board were driven by ideology, not science — and the county’s disadvantaged students will be harmed the most, Schultz lamented.
The sharp decline in civic knowledge among America’s youth is a growing concern. The violent turmoil of recent weeks, including the destruction of statues and memorials, has made it an urgent issue.
Justice can only be achieved if America remains a nation governed by the rule of law, committed to the founding belief that all men are created equal. But ignorance of America’s founding among today’s youth has led many of them to seek justice in ways that will lead to tyranny.
Former school board member Elizabeth Schultz (R-Springfield) was on WMAL’s Mornings on the Mall radio program Wednesday morning, to discuss Fairfax County’s plans for the 2020-2021 academic year.
“We’re really talking about the schools not reopening,” Ms. Schultz lamented. “It’s really a disaster for students”
On Tuesday, county schools finally attempted to reopen online. Chaos ensued. Technical issues locked many students out. Other students who could access their virtual classrooms reportedly faced extreme profanity and harassment.
Ultimately, FCPS decided to cancel instruction for yet another week