Being a mother of premature twins with needs and entering a new school district was very scary. A relative of mine told Sandi Kruel of my fears, and she called me. She took our whole family under her wing.
Sandi didn’t have to make the phone call and offer her assistance, but she did. The phone call came from a giving heart, mother to mother, parent to parent.
As a family, we are grateful for all of the help Sandi had given us over those years.
We casually told Sandi we wanted to visit a few colleges in Connecticut. No sooner did we book our ferry when we had tour guides for the colleges calling to ask when would be there. It was very short notice, but she made this happen. Not because it was a requirement, but because she wanted to assist us. My kids felt as if they were on a pedestal.
If it was a jam-packed Friday night at the gym, Sandi would be there shouting with team spirit. If it was Spirit Night, Sandi would be there encouraging everyone to do their best. Kids and young adults are drawn to Sandi. Sandi speaks for them, and to them.
These are just examples of her “can-do attitude” that make her an asset to the school district, as she is someone who really wants to help the children in our community. I have worked with Sandi on many professional projects over the years, and she puts in 110 percent, as she did just recently with the Sag Harbor Helpers.
She is the voice for your kids and the parents. She will get the job done. She researches everything and makes the best, educated decision that will benefit all parties.
I recommend, without hesitation, Sandi Kruel for the Sag Harbor School Board.
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