MAC MCQUILLIN FOR SCHOOL BOARD
Berkeley County School Board District Two
Vote On November 8th!
Since 2014 Mac Has Fought To:
Expand Parental Rights
Increase Teacher Pay
Support Our Students
LOWERED CLASS SIZES from 25 students to 21 students per teacher in pivotal years for reading comprehension and growth
Successfully FOUGHT FOR PARENTS AND CHILDREN to keep face-to-face instruction available as an option during the pandemic, instead of closing schools or mandating virtual learning
Advocated for resources and appointed leadership to ENSURE THE STUDENTS WITHIN DISTRICT 2 WERE
Philip Simmons High School achieved the highest SAT/ACT average scores for seniors and had the highest graduation rate within the County
Daniel Island School has out performed the State in student achievement in nearly every category
Successfully advocated for the construction of Bowen’s Corner Elementary in Tanner Plantation and oversaw construction and timely completion of Philip Simmons Elementary/Middle
Elected by board members to serve as Chair of the Finance and Capital Planning Committee of the School Board
INCREASED CLASSROOM TEACHER PAY by 30% during the time Mac has served. In one year, Mac successfully advocated for increased teacher pay by 9% while keeping a balanced budget and reducing taxes by eliminating unnecessary administrative positions at the district office and increasing accountability for spending.
A PROVEN RECORD OF DELIVERING RESULTS FOR OUR STUDENTS
Mac McQuillin has served on Berkeley County School board since 2014. Since 2014 he has fought to expand parental rights, increase teacher pay, and support our students.
Mac is a local attorney and the youngest member of the Berkeley County School Board. Mac has a vested interest in the prosperity of our schools because both of Mac’s children attend elementary school in District 2.