Q & A with Gary Lee Falls, District 8 Board of Education Candidate

This is part of an ongoing series of interviews with the 2020 Prince George’s County Board of Education candidates. Gary Lee Falls is a candidate from District 8 (see district map here) running in the November 3 general election. Mr. Falls answered questions generated by members of Prince George’s County Advocates for Better Schools.

Prince George’s County Advocates for Better Schools does not endorse or oppose any candidate for the Board of Education.

Tell us about your background and your plans to move our school system forward. Why do you want to be on the Board of Education?

EAT a government paid “free full course breakfast, lunch and dinner.” Then get to classes and learn “Greek, Latin, Differential Equations, Calculus , Quantum Mechanics and Dark Matter .”

What do you believe are the most important characteristics of an effective school board?

Ensure that the schools “Billions of Dollars Budget is spent toward accomplishing the Goal mention in question 1.”

What would be your top three priorities while serving on the board, if elected?

Student Meals, Student  Proficiency in Greek, Latin, Differential Equations, Calculus, Quantum Mechanics and Dark Matter, after 14 years of learning !

What are your impressions of the current level of parent engagement in our schools, and what ideas do you have for improving/encouraging parent and community engagement?

Encourage Parents to steer their children  toward mastering the mention curriculum !

Many specialty programs (e.g.  language immersion, performing arts programs) have waitlists because demand exceeds the current capacity, and some students travel long distances to attend a specialty school. Do you support the expansion of specialty schools? Why or why not?

Each school should have Teachers that are Proficient in Greek, Latin, Differential Equations, Calculus, Quantum Mechanics, and Dark Matter!

What responsibilities, if any, should school districts assume for dealing with such societal problems as poverty, hunger, emotional illness, or drug abuse?

Every student in the schools should be given a government paid FREE “full course Breakfast, lunch , and Dinner!”

Lessons learned from COVID-19 pandemic: What kind of education policies and procedures would you like to see PGCPS adopt or what is one thing you would like to see done differently when school buildings reopen?

The Bold Decision the school board and every body else must make ”  WILL WE ALLOW COVID-19 TO DESTROY OUR HUMAN SOCIETY ?”  I think YOU and everybody else know that the answer to “COV-19 is  NO !”   Thank GOD for OUR IMMUNITY SYSTEM !  We’ve  got to get OUR CHILDREN back in school no matter that a few CHILDREN may not have and IMMUNITY SYSTEM that can fight off COV-19! The Greater Interest of what’s best for Humanity must Prevail ! Students learning Greek, Latin, Differential Equations, Calculus, Quantum Mechanics, and Dark Matter. Serves the Greater Good of Humanity!

What do you see as the biggest challenges facing public education in Prince George’s County and the State of Maryland?

Facing up to the reality that  Future Society Demand a population of people with a mind set that allows Advancement to overcome COV-19 and all other unexpected things that will come along in the Future! Economic Injustice, Bullying, Lack of Freedom of Expression or Creativity, and Equality.

Do you have any additional comments?

The Survival of OUR  Human Society DEPENDS on the Mental Abilities and Moral Values instill in OUR CHILDREN !

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