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Tuesday, October 6, 2015
BlakPac Director addresses Education
ST. PETERSBURG — The plight of our children looms heavily in the
minds and hearts of concerned citizens in south St. Pete.
Re-segregation, parental involvement, court orders, unprepared
instructors, suspensions and more are blamed for the over five-year
history of non-performing schools. While we continue to dialog and
search for solutions, our children’s future opportunities narrow daily
and their destiny and ability to become pillars of our community is
The national spotlight was placed on St. Petersburg’s “F” schools
highlighted recently by the Tampa Bay Times in their series “Failure
Factories.” The Pinellas Suncoast Black Republican Club has reached out
to an education powerhouse to join their Oct. 8 monthly meeting.
The community is invited to hear Angelia Boynton, who currently
serves on the Finance, Legislative and Multicultural Committee and as a
board member of the Florida School Board Association. Her success
strategies for turning “F” designated schools in Marion County around
will be a breath of fresh air. When it comes to changing the future for
children, she does not mind rolling up her sleeves and thinking outside
of the box to get results.
“We have invited Ms. Boynton because people in our community want
answers, not excuses,” said Chair, Sheila Griffin. “Boynton has a
report card of getting real results in education and that’s what we
Boynton is also serving her second term on the Marion County School
Board. A strong education advocate, Boynton was selected by the
Citizen’s Ambassador Program to serve as an Ambassador to South Africa
to participate in a global Early Childhood Education program.
She established the Boynton Memorial Education Scholarship as an
investment in students of Marion County, has worked with at-risk youth
providing them with books and computers and established a library in her
church, giving youth an opportunity to read at home, was a member of
the Florida Association for the Young Children and was the 2003-05 Chair
of Marion County Pace Center for Girls.
Boynton is a business owner, Instant Tax Group & Associates,
specializing in Income Tax prep and small business accounting. When it
comes to children she lends her education and corporate expertise to
bridge gaps between socio-economic levels, political affiliations and
community ministerial groups.
She was honored as one of the 2014 Inductees in Marion County Black
Archives Museum and 2011 AKA-First Black Female Marion County-wide
Election, among other accolades.
Join the Pinellas Suncoast Black Republican Club Oct. 8 at 6:30
p.m. at Tappanyaki Grill and Chinese Buffet, 391 34th St. N, St.
Petersburg. All are welcome. This event is free. Those attending are
encouraged to purchase a meal to offset the sponsor’s costs.
For more information or RSVP, please call (727) 207-2721.