A resident of West Frederick, Rayna Remondini is a homeschooling mother of 6, an educator, community organizer, founder of a homeschool cooperative, Tinkergarten instructor, and Head of School at HCHC Leadership Academy, a nature-based school that encourages child-led learning; nurturing the potential of young people in grades K thru 10th.
She graduated from the University of Maryland at College Park in 1998 with a Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics and Foreign Language. She currently is seeking her Masters in Business Administration at Fayettsville State University.
The money you donate goes toward campaigning to earn a seat on the Board of Education for the betterment of Frederick County schools, communities, families, and students.
“If you’re for parent rights, please support my campaign. I promise to advocate for your rights; making policies transparent and open to the public.” -Rayna
“As a homeschooler running for a seat on the board, many may think I don’t have a dog in the fight. I beg to differ. After both the Montgomery and Howard County school systems failed my 3 eldest children, I chose to take matters into my own hands. Since 2013, I have committed and dedicated myself to the academic success and overall well-being of my own children and those within my community. As a community organizer, I founded a homeschool cooperative that boasts 300+ families, many of whom once considered themselves as ‘COVID Homeschoolers.‘ I employ teachers who’ve left the system due to low wages, crowded classrooms, and bureaucracy. My hat’s very much in the ring. And with your vote, I’d like an opportunity to make a difference here in Frederick County.” – Rayna
I’ll focus on several key areas to support our students, including (1) advocating for Frederick County teachers, (2) student safety, including bullying and gun violence, (3) and the severe over-crowding in our local schools. I advocate for expanding science-based reading, math, and STEM programs, free after-school tutoring, and school choice (e.g., charter schools, vouchers, ESAs, etc.)
“Rayna Remondini stands out in this crowd. Well-informed and articulate, she sets the standard to which other candidates should aspire, and has the drive and temperament needed to navigate the board’s tricky politics and get things done..“