We hope you will join us on Tuesday, Nov. 5, and vote for Cipoletti to serve on the Caldwell-West Caldwell Board of Education.
We have known Dan as a neighbor and friend for many years. As grandparents of
an eighth-grade student attending the Grover Cleveland Middle School, we want only the best education for her that is possible. We believe Dan’s expertise, knowledge and love for children will bring this possibility to the board and the community.
Dan has two children, one a student at the Grover Cleveland Middle School and the other a student at Washington School. His wife Anita has been a very active participant at Washington School serving as President of the HAS and with other school activities.
In this day and age we want the greatest education available for our children. We know Dan will fulfill this goal.
Whatever Dan has attempted during his lifetime, he has done well and with a great deal of success. He will prove to be a valuable and creative member of the Caldwell-West Caldwell Board of Education.
Please remember to pull the lever for Dan Cipoletti on Nov. 5. You will be glad you did!
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There are two two seats on the board up for grabs this November. Board members Rosanne Hansen and John King will seek reelection, and will be challenged by Dan Cipoletti, Marie Lanfrank and Charles Alberta.
The five will be on the ballot on the Nov. 5 general election. Both seats carry three-year terms.