Fred Postlewait Running for Kansas State Board of Education – District 2


Let’s Make a Difference!

Putting My Experience to Work

I am a lifelong resident of Wyandotte County, Kansas.

While working on a school bond issue in Wyandotte, I was checking data over the last nine years, and was appalled at the dropping level of the ACT scores statewide.

Because I care about my community, and know the value  of education, I decided to run for the Kansas Board of Education to make a difference for all of our students.

Over the past decade, social engineering has replaced education.

The train is off the tracks. We need to return to teaching science, mathematics and English Language Arts.

Let’s not forget about educating students to US History and US Government – Civics.

        Fred’s Biography

  • 1966 – Graduated from Rosedale High School
  • 1973 – Graduated from Bethany Nazarene College (Now Southern Nazarene University) BS. Physics and Math
  • 1973 – Married Cheryl – We have 2 Daughters
  • 1976 – Associate’s degree in Electronics from Electronics Institute of Kansas City
  • 1978 – Attended UMKC Physics Graduate School working on M.S. in Physics (incomplete)
  • 1982 – Cheryl received her Master of Library Science from Univ. of Mo.
  • Daughters attended Rosedale Middle School and graduated from Sumner Academy, (KCKPS, USD 500)
  • Daughters attended Kansas City Kansas Community College for 2 years and completed their bachelor’s degrees from Univ. of Mo. At Kansas City and Ft Hays State University.
  • 2007 – Master’s degree from the University of Phoenix – Master of Information Systems Management      
  • Worked on and managed computer systems for 35 years, with 9 years at KCKCC and 5 years at Leavenworth Public Library
  • 2015 –  I retired from Leavenworth Public Library


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