Vote for Vincent to bring focus back where it belongs:

improving the future for all students.

“It is an object of vast magnitude that systems of education should be adopted and pursued which may not only diffuse a knowledge of the sciences but may implant in the minds of the American youth the principles of virtue and of liberty and inspire them with just and liberal ideas of government and with an inviolable attachment to their own country.”

Noah Webster, On the Education of Youth in America


My name is Vincent Lyon

I’ve lived here for 8 years and love serving my community.

  • I am president-elect of the Rotary Club of Flagler County.
  • I am vice-president of the Estate Planning Council of the Fun Coast.
  • I am on the board of Directors of the Palm Coast Historical Society.
  • I was president of the Flagler County Bar Association
  • It was my great honor to serve on the Palm Coast City Council.

I studied Museum Studies in graduate school  because I am interested in all the ways to inspire a love of learning in the young.

I went on to study law because it is the means by which we live in community with each other.

I am uniquely positioned as a member of the business community, a former public official, and a product of public high school, to bring the focus of the school board back to where it belongs: on making our schools the best possible place for allof our kids, and off the politics and personal agendas that risk losing all the ground we have recently gained.

My priorities in office will focus on the following areas:

Raising the performance scores of groups that have traditionally performed below the grade such as special education and minority groups..

Making VPK more effective through recruiting credentialed instructors and increasing the time in class.

Implementing policies that make the school a safe and supportive environment for ALL students.

Making clear and effective policies to protect the health of our employees, students, and our extended community.

Expand recruitment outside the traditional places to draw in a more diverse and representative work-force.

“Everyone deserves respect and a chance to learn, not just the subjects we teach, but to learn who they are.”


(386) 864-3578


Palm Coast, FL