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District 622 Coborn, Wheeler, Yener lead

November 2, 2010 in Woodbury Bulletin

In the District 622 School Board race, for three open seats, challenger Amy Coborn leads with 24.48 percent of the vote with 16 of 35 precincts reporting.
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Seven vying for three District 622 School Board seats

October 29, 2010 in Woodbury Bulletin

After the Nov. 2 election, there will a few new faces seated on the District 622 School Board. Continue Reading

District 622 School Board candidate profile: Mark Wheeler

October 29, 2010 in Woodbury Bulletin

If re-elected, Mark Wheeler said he brings with nine years of experience. Additionally, Wheeler said he brings thoughtfulness, a broad look, strategic though, leadership and support to the school board. Continue Reading

District 622 School Board candidate profile: Robert Martin Jr.

October 29, 2010 in Woodbury Bulletin

If elected to the school board, Robert Martin said he would bring innovative thinking and the ability to the ask the hard questions to the table. Continue Reading

District 622 School Board candidate profile: Arnold “Arnie” Curiel

October 29, 2010 in Woodbury Bulletin

Arnoldo “Arnie” Curiel said he brings with him an ability to ask questions, challenge decisions and to look at everything.
Additionally, Curiel said he understands the changes that are coming down the road and how to work with budgets. Continue Reading

District 622 School Board candidate profile: Marc Cove

October 29, 2010 in Woodbury Bulletin

Marc Cove said if elected, he will bring experience and leadership to the School Board. Continue Reading

District 622 School Board candidate profile: Amy Coborn

October 29, 2010 in Woodbury Bulletin

Amy Coborn said her experiences as a teacher and a heavily involved parent in the schools will bring a different perspective to the School Board. Continue Reading

District 622 School Board candidate profile: Rich Bennett

October 29, 2010 in Woodbury Bulletin

Rich Bennett said he brings with him experiences with statistics which can lend to the district’s financial situation. Continue Reading