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Aging school infrastructure, the search for a new superintendent, and better communication with parents were among the issues raised by Republican candidates running for the Board of Education in next week’s primary.
“We have nationally ranked schools. Some of the top schools in the state,” said candidate Sean McEvoy. “Yet, in recent years, we have increasingly underfunded our school buildings to a level that has become unacceptable.”