Angie Vigliotti is making her mark in the upcoming Frederick County Public Schools Board of Education election. As a dedicated advocate for teachers, students, and staff, she is determined to create a safe and equitable educational environment. With her expertise in special education, Vigliotti aims to be a strong voice for families and caregivers in Frederick County.
Vigliotti’s commitment to the community is evident through her involvement in various initiatives. She serves as a service provider for disabled students and volunteers as a legislative reviewer for the Alliance Against Seclusion and Restraint. Additionally, she dedicates her time to The Frederick Center and actively participates in FCPS Board meetings, advocating for a robust and fair public education system. Notably, Vigliotti has also been involved with the movement to secure a faster construction budget for our Brunswick high school.
Beyond her professional endeavors, Vigliotti is a parent in a blended family with four children. Her husband currently serves on the Brunswick City Council, further deepening her connection to the community. Motivated by her passion for nurturing young minds in Brunswick schools, Vigliotti seeks to earn the trust, vote, and support of the community.
To learn more about Angie Vigliotti and her vision for Frederick County’s education system, visit http://votevig.com. She welcomes your questions, ideas, and concerns as she strives to make a difference in the lives of students, families, and educators.