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Recall & Reclaim MPPS

our Purpose

Board Members Being Recalled

Amy Bond

President - Board Member

Wiline Pangle

Trustee - Board Member

Courtney Stegman

Secretary - Board Member

Recall and Reclaim Mt. Pleasant Public Schools is a grassroots effort to restore balance and transparency to the current Mt. Pleasant Public Schools board.  As a community, we strongly believe in academic success and access to good education for all children.  However, we have drawn a line when it comes to political and ideological agendas being promoted and encouraged in our public schools.  When parents’ concerns are ignored or considered irrelevant, then parents and the local community must take action!

In order to reclaim our schools, we must come together in signing a petition to recall board members, specifically those who push their own political and ideological agendas that are in complete opposition to the voice and will of most parents and stakeholders in the community. Our community!

The petition language was approved on Wednesday, August 4, 2021, but petition gathering cannot begin until Wednesday, September 15, 2021.  We will have 60 days to gather 3,200 signatures of registered voters residing in the Mt. Pleasant School district boundaries.  The petition language focused on the specific mask mandate vote on July 19, 2021. 

How does the recall process work?

Step 1

File recall petition language with the Isabella County Clerk office.

Step 2

Gather 3,200 signatures of registered voters living in Mt. Pleasant School District.

Step 3

Once petition process is complete and validated there will be a time period for board candidates to file campaign committees.

Step 4

May 2, 2022 there will be a special election held for vacant school board positions.

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"I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character."

Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.



Ballot Collection


Signature Deadline


Election Day

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