“We believe in the Hopkins Promise.”

Meet Chris LaTondresse

“Let’s start a conversation
about the future of our district”

I’m running for Hopkins School Board because I believe in the Hopkins Promise.

It’s the idea that no matter where you’re from, the money your parents make, or the color of your skin, when you walk through the doors of our schools you’re going to get a world class education.

Every opportunity I’ve had in life, as a husband, father, and citizen can be traced back to that promise — from kindergarten at Alice Smith Elementary to graduating from Hopkins High School. My mom taught in the district for over 20 years. This place has given me, my family, and so many others, so much.

As your new Hopkins School Board member, you can count on me to put that promise at the center of every decission I make on behalf of our kids, our schools, and our community.

Thank you for the opportunity to grow and dream together.

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PS: You can reach me directly at (952) 856-0697. Call or text me anytime!

My Experience

  • Seasoned civic leader with over a decade of experience in government and social impact roles; my career has been devoted to public service.
  • Grew up in District 270: attended Alice Smith Elementary, North Junior High, and graduated from Hopkins High School (Class of 2001).
  • Served in the Obama Administration for two years advancing faith-based and community initiatives at USAID, extending opportunity and hope globally.
  • Now leading efforts at The Expectations Project, where I work full-time, to grow a national movement of advocates to promote excellent schools for all.
  • Raising our son in the Hopkins School District.

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CONTACT ME

Drop me a line here and I'll get back to you ASAP. Thanks, Chris

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