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Heather Reynolds

REGION 2 | Plumstead & Buckingham

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About Heather

Heather, her husband Gerard, their two children and their dog Shadow, love living in Buckingham! Their children attend Central Bucks Schools where Heather has been an active volunteer for over 7 years. As an active school and community volunteer, Heather has served on the board of iRun4Life, as Chair of the Gives Back Grant, and as a DAA Boys Basketball Coach.


In 2022, she co-founded the Stand Up For Justice Educator Grant, awarded to innovative educators known to be transformative, impactful, and caring, while striving to combat bigotry and bullying in their community and cultivating a culture of respect for differences amongst students.


Heather has a BA in Communications from the University of Rhode Island, and has spent nearly 20 years in media and advertising sales before pivoting to a career that allows her to help people achieve their goals through health and wellness. In 2014, Heather made the leap to leave her career in advertising and follow her passion to be a certified personal trainer in 2014. Since then she has been leading classes at Orangetheory Fitness, empowering and inspiring others to be the best version of themselves. ​In 2020 she started her own business, Stronger Not Smaller, LLC. to provide a way for people to achieve their goals during those challenging times. 


As a parent and former small business owner, she understands just how much school policies affect our community, our taxes, and our families. She is a passionate leader, empathic listener, and utilizes integrity while making decisions that impact her community. She is a fearless advocate. Her decision to run for a seat on the school board was born from a desire to actively support teachers and support staff and keep the needs of all students and our community at the forefront of every decision made.


If elected, Heather Reynolds will focus on: 

  • Protect our students' freedom to learn by enriching our curriculum and create supportive and inclusive learning environments for all students

  • Address pandemic learning loss & support teachers in closing the gaps

  • Introduce full-day kindergarten​ for our youngest learners

  • Resources for students with special needs and English Language Learners

  • Build a proactive, multidisciplinary evidence-based safe schools plan by investing in safety systems, technologies, training, and personnel including School Resource Officers (SROs)

  • Increase resources to support students’ mental health

  • Increase transparency in our budgeting practices and ensure taxpayer dollars are invested in our classrooms

  • Rigorously monitor spending activity to ensure it meets budgetary guidelines and inspire creativity with student-centered budgeting

  • Advocate for our teachers & empower their freedom to teach

  • Ensure competitive wages for our support staff

  • Create and sustain a work environment where staff know they are trusted, supported, and valued

  • Recruit and retain top talent throughout our district

  • Increase communication with community stakeholders & foster parental partnerships

  • Incorporate student representation on the Board in a non-voting capacity

  • Utilize data-driven decision-making to ensure accountability of our Board

  • Calm the chaos and reunite our community

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