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Ward 3, Position 2
Martin W. Schoppmeyer
Phone: (479) 935-4605
113 West Mountain
Fayetteville, AR 72701
"Fayetteville is a city that truly has it all — the state’s flagship university, superb schools, diverse culture and civically-minded citizens. I am a life-long resident of Ward 3 and am also fortunate to have a thriving business in Ward 3. My focus will be on preserving the extraordinary quality of life we know and appreciate in Ward 3 and in this great city of Fayetteville.
I am pleased to offer my service to this great city as an alderman in Ward 3, Position 2 to continue to Think Fayetteville First! Think Fayetteville First for business development in NWA, Think Fayetteville First for families relocating in/to NWA and to Think Fayetteville First for buying local in NWA."
I am the founder and superintendent of Haas Hall Academy. Haas Hall Academy is the accelerated college-preparatory open-enrollment public charter high school in Fayetteville, AR. Haas Hall Academy is the number one ranked high school in the state of Arkansas according to U.S. News and World Report. Haas Hall Academy is also recognized as the 215th ranked public high school in Newsweek’s Top 1,000 public high schools. There are 27,468 public high schools in the United States.
Doctorate in Educational Administration, University of Arkansas
Masters in Educational Technology, University of Arkansas
Bachelors in Political Science, University of Arkansas
High School Diploma, Subiaco Academy
I am a life-long resident of Ward 3. I married my college sweetheart, Carin Morales, in 1999, a relationship that has spanned more than 24 years. My wife and I are parishioners of Saint Joseph’s Catholic Church in Fayetteville. I served on the Fayetteville Civil Service Commission, am a 3rd generation Rotarian and a member of Phi Kappa Phi. I am an average golfer, a better than average chef and an outstanding target shooter.
My Key Issues
- Think Fayetteville First!
- Pro-Business Culture
- Aggressive, yet thoughtful business growth
- Expand Fayetteville's economic base
- Practical management of city resources and budget
- Improved roads and traffic management
- Partnering with the University of Arkansas on key projects