Cindy Wilson is running in the May 15 primary as a Democratic candidate for State Superintendent of Public Instruction.
On April 19, Cindy Wilson will kick off her northern Idaho campaign in Orofino with an event at Orofino High School’s cafeteria at 6:30 p.m.
Wilson began her teaching career in Clearwater County. Wilson formerly taught in Pierce and Orofino. At OJSHS, Wilson mentored AP Government students and taught civic engagement. Her students competed regionally, and at the state and national level, in the “We the People” program, a course on the history and principles of the United States constitutional democratic republic.
Wilson earned her B.A. in Political Science at Boise State University and has over 30 years of experience teaching civics and social studies to both rural and urban Idaho students. She now teaches American Government and Politics at Capital High School in Boise.
Wilson’s honors in secondary education include the Milken National Educator Award, an NEA Foundation Award for Teaching Excellence, and the Concordia Law School Leaders in Action Award.
Additionally, Cindy is currently serving a six-year term on the Idaho Board of Correction.
Plan to attend Cindy Wilson’s presentation and learn more about her positions on education in the State of Idaho.