Like so many others in our community, Danielle Bresett is a life-long Dragon and has chosen to raise her son as one too.
You can find her sitting in the stands cheering her son on in the football game or out walking her dogs in Dragon gear. She’s proud to be a Dragon and isn’t afraid to show it!
One of the key things that stood out to me in Danielle’s candidate interview was her desire to communicate and collaborate with both parents and district staff.
Having been an 8th grade teacher and currently serving as a private tutor in several districts, Danielle brings the unique perspective of both parent and educator.
Our schools and families are facing challenges that we’ve never seen before and Danielle’s knowledge and experiences will be of tremendous value in future decision making.
Danielle’s involvement in the community includes serving as the Chief Volunteer Coordinator for LO Palooza and holding a seat on the board of The Daisy Project.
Both of these positions give her insight into our special needs community, offering them another opportunity to be heard.
Her passion for education and community involvement are what give Danielle Bresett my support for the Lake Orion School Board on November 3rd!