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Kimberley Groves Runs for Wicomico County Board of Education District 2



On April 15, 2022, Mrs. Kimberley Groves filed to run for Wicomico County Board of Education in District 2. Mrs. Groves is a Salisbury native, having been born and raised in the county, attending Preschool and Kindergarten at Tiny Tot Day School under the watchful eyes of “Miss MiMi” Moore and “Mr. Thurman” Moore. She then attended both Fruitland Primary and Fruitland Intermediate School. She then moved on to Bennett Middle School before finally graduating in 1994 from James M. Bennett High School. Mrs. Groves attended Salisbury University, where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and History in 1998, and her Master of Arts in Teaching in 2003.

Kim spent one year as the after-school program director at Saint Francis de Sales Catholic School, before moving on to spend two years at VisionQuest MorningStar Youth Academy. After her husband was transferred to Lynchburg, VA, she worked as a substitute teacher and a long-term substitute teacher, gaining many real life experiences of how the education system works against students, parents, and teachers.

She is running on a platform of school safety, fiscal and curricular transparency, a return to classical methods of teaching, a return to teaching the core subjects, and teaching our youth how to think, not what to think.

Mrs. Groves lives in Salisbury with her husband and daughter, who currently attends Stepping Stones Learning Academy.

To learn more about Kim and her campaign, you may visit her website at or call her at 410-422-0405

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