Students, teachers and administrators from St. Hubert Catholic High School for Girls gathered on the steps of the school June 1 to support the immediate proposal and passage of School Choice legislation, including school vouchers and expanded Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC).
The community of St. Hubert’s was joined by Rep. Kevin Boyle, from the 172nd Legislative District, and Kathleen Ott Lovell, chair of the St. Hubert Catholic High School for Girls board of directors, offered remarks in support of this cause.
Claire Ann Alminde, a current student at St. Hubert’s, also spoke about how her family would be helped by the passage of voucher legislation and an expanded EITC.
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