Board of Education Candidates

Residents will be asked to elect two members to the Board of Education (BOE). The two candidates receiving the highest number of votes will each be elected to a three-year term, beginning July 1, 2022. The seats are now occupied by Anne Winkley and Tracy Van Ameron.

Two individuals have submitted candidate petitions. You may also write in candidate’s names, but in no case can you vote for more than two candidates in total.

The following candidates have submitted petitions and will appear on the ballot: Tracy Van Ameron and Anne Winkley. Below are their profiles.

Tracy Van Ameron

4807 Hall Rd., Holley NY 14470

Employment: Scientist in Software Engineering at L3 Harris Technologies

Education: Master’s degree in Computer Engineering from Rochester Institute of Technology

Family: Husband, Jeremy VanAmeron, owner of Van’s Pit Stop in Clarendon; son, Zachery, graduate of HCSD; son, Justin, and daughter, Ali, current HCSD students.

School/Community Activities: HCSD Board Member for 1 year, SCEP Committee Member for 3 years, Code of Conduct Committee Member for 2 years, Tech Committee Member for 1 year, HCSD Process Improvement Team Member for 2 years, Public Relations for Holley Jr. Hawks for 6 years, Coach or Assistant Coach in Holley youth sports for numerous years - including soccer, t-ball, and kid pitch baseball.

What motivates you to run for the Holley Board of Education? I am running for the Holley School Board of Education first and foremost for our children, and secondly, for the pride I feel for our small close-knit community. As a parent of three very different children, I have found myself invested in many aspects of education including general education, accelerated programs, special education, career and technical education, arts, music, and sports. I have learned a tremendous amount through my children’s struggles and successes by being involved in their education, and I feel I can bring value to the board through these experiences. I will do my best to ensure every child is enabled to reach their full potential by obtaining the best possible education we can offer. Our children are our future, and without investing in them, we are not investing in the future of our community.

I have been involved in multiple school committees to provide insight and value to our schools in a way that allows the school to grow and better serve our children. I would be honored to continue to contribute to HCSD and the community as a member of our Holley Board of Education. Thank you for your consideration.

Anne Winkley
4334 Hindsburg Rd., Holley, NY 14470

Employment: Spencerport Central School District

Education: Isabella Graham Hart School of Nursing

Family: Married to husband, Darrin; children: Kaileigh, Meaghan, Nick, Courtney and Heather, all Holley graduates

School/Community Activities: PTSA member

What motivates you to run for the Holley Board of Education? Running for the school board will allow me to continue advocating for the best possible education for the children of our district. While our district continues to move forward in a positive direction, despite decreasing enrollment and tighter budgets, we must continue to explore and develop strategies to ensure our students are well-prepared for their next steps in life, all while maintaining our fiscal responsibility to our taxpayers. I have a very sincere desire to see our students succeed, using the foundation we provide here at Holley for their futures. I want to keep the focus on working together to provide our students with the best possible education and school experience. 

Board of Education Candidates

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