GRAND HAVEN SCHOOL BOARD CANDIDATE
Grand Haven School Board
Vetted by Ottawa Impact Ed PAC
“It is the natural, fundamental right of parents and legal guardians to determine and direct the care, teaching, and education of their children. The public schools of this state serve the needs of the pupils by cooperating with the pupil’s parents and legal guardians to develop the pupil’s intellectual capabilities and vocational skills in a safe and positive environment.”
Michigan Revised School Code 380.10
ROGER WILLIAMS STANDS FOR
America is exceptional.
Land of freedom and opportunity.
PRO PARENTAL RIGHTS
Parental rights are nonnegotiable.
Your child belongs to you.
PRO CHILD INNOCENCE
A boy is a boy. A girl is a girl.
Children are not racist or sexual.
PRO HEALTH FREEDOM
Information, not orders or coercion.
Government is not a parent.
Meaningful career path options.
Respected alternative to higher ed.
PRO EDUCATION EXCELLENCE
Academic excellence and true history.
No CRT, CSE or woke indoctrination.
Open and transparent meetings.
Full disclosure of books, content, and training.
PRO SPECIAL EDUCATION
Every child reaching their highest potential.
Access to a variety of support services.
PRO SCHOOL SAFETY
Safety from external threats.
Building security, equipment, and personnel.
PRO RELIGIOUS FREEDOM
Preservation of American values.
Right to conscience and free speech.
MEET YOUR CANDIDATE
Roger Williams is an advocate for transparency, as well as for parental consent and involvement.
As a board member, a major focus for Roger will be to protect children and defend their innocence, allowing them to enjoy their childhood, free of divisive and obscene materials. He believes children should not be bombarded with adult themed books and subjects, or made to feel like oppressors or oppressed, based on skin color or ideology.
In 2020, Roger attended his first school board meeting and discovered issues that concerned him. As he looked deeper, he found GHAPS was allowing obscene materials in the libraries, partnering with local community activist organizations, violating policies with no repercussions, and more. Roger knew these issues needed to be fixed, and he wanted to be part of the solution.
Roger advocated for parental consent of classroom books. He worked with librarians and the curriculum director to select books for the libraries. He defended against the implementation of CRT-infused teachings. And he has advocated for parental choice on masking.
Originally from Georgia, Roger served eight years in the Navy before moving to Michigan. While in the Navy he gained applicable experience with government organizations and learned the importance of strictly following and properly changing policy. He also increased proficiencies and cut spending through cost analysis. After the Navy, he earned his Bachelor’s in Operations Management and currently works as a production planner for manufacturing.
Roger lives in Grand Haven with his daughter. He is dedicated to advocating for her and will protect childhood innocence for all children.
Let’s let our children be children again.
CONNECT WITH ROGER
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