Where most schools struggle to draw community LSC candidates, Lake View boasts a dozen competitors for just two positions. Nearly all were on hand to stump for votes at last week’s candidate forum, held in the school’s auditorium. By contrast, two parents are running unopposed for six available seats.
“I was excited,” said Principal Lilith Werner of her reaction to the number of community contenders. “It’s very hard to get people to run for LSC in the first place. That shows a level of interest that has never happened before.” (Werner noted that once the new LSC is seated in July, parents will be recruited to round out open positions.)
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