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Three Campaign for Three Seats on Basehor-Linwood School Board

Voters in the Basehor-Linwood School District won’t have any choices to make in the April general election. Three candidates — including two incumbents — filed for three open seats. The incumbents are Shelley Stevens and Richard J. Zamora Jr., and the newcomer is Spencer A. Fritz. School board members are citizens who volunteer without pay … Continue reading

Three Compete for Contested Seat on Turner School Board, Three Seats Uncontested

Voters in the Turner School District have one choice to make in the April general election. Three candidates are competing for an open seat, while three incumbents are running uncontested. Richard Hernandez Jr., Douglas Lockwood and Matthew D. Marine are vying to fill the unexpired seat left open following the accidental death last December of … Continue reading

Three Open Seats on Spring Hill School Board, Two Contested

Voters in the Spring Hill School District will have choices to make in the April general election. Two incumbents are vying for one seat and two newcomers for another, while another newcomer is running unopposed for the third seat. Incumbents Eric Boyle and Max A. Strausbaugh are challenging each other for Position 4. Sharon Mitchell … Continue reading

Three Open Seats on Shawnee Mission School Board, Only One Contested

Voters in the Shawnee School District will have one choice to make in the April general election. Two candidates are vying for an open seat, while two incumbents have re-filed and are running without opposition. Incumbent Cindy Neighbor and challenger Mark Read are competing for Position 6. Donna Bysfield (Position 2) and Craig K. Denny … Continue reading

Six Campaign for Three Seats on Piper School Board

Voters in the Piper School District will have choices to make in the April general election. Six candidates — all newcomers — are campaigning for three open seats. The six are Allison C. DeWitt, John Droppelmann, James “Morris” Letcher, Shawnette Mansfield, David R Wilson and Darrell Yoder. So far, only Droppelmann has responded to an invitation to complete the KC Education Enterprise candidate … Continue reading

Three Open Seats on Olathe School Board, Only One Contested

Voters in the Olathe School District will have one choice to make in the April general election. Two candidates are vying for one open seat, while two incumbents have re-filed and are running without opposition. Brent A. McCune and Carl Walston are competing for Position 3. The incumbents are Amy Martin (Position 5) and Mike Poland … Continue reading

Six Campaign for Three Seats on Lansing School Board

Voters in the Lansing School District will have choices to make in the April general election. Six candidates — including one incumbent — are campaigning for three open seats. The incumbent is Beth Stevenson. Newcomers are Steven A. Buffo, Rich Hauver, Garrett Martin, Sylvia A. Martens and Taylor Wisneski. So far, only Wisneski has responded to an invitation to complete the KC Education … Continue reading

Six Candidates Campaign for Three Seats on Kansas City, Kansas School Board

Voters in the Kansas City, Kansas School District will have choices to make in the April general election. Six candidates — including two incumbents — are campaigning for three open seats. The two incumbents are Evelyn Hudson and Vicki Meyer. Newcomers are Tyrone Garner, Janey M. Humphries, Richard J Kaminski and Orechia M. Towers. So far, only Garner has responded to … Continue reading

UPDATED 3/25/13 March School Board Meetings — Week 2

UPDATE 3/25/13 According to the Hickman Mills Board of Education calendar, they were to meet the third week in March. However, according to their agenda, they actually met during the second week. The state boards of education in Missouri and Kansas plus 19 local school boards met during the second week of March. Click on … Continue reading

Kansas City, Kansas School District Board of Education Meeting — Tuesday, March 12

The Kansas City, Kansas School District’s Board of Education met Tuesday evening, March 12. From a policy standpoint, the highlights of their agenda were: A report on the district’s Early Warning System. According to the agenda: The Kansas City, Kansas Public Schools has established a goal that “Each student will exit high school prepared for college … Continue reading

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