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Champaign school board candidate John A. Williams III

The News-Gazette posed questions about school district finance, communication, school facilities and more to the five candidates running for three four-year Champaign school board terms.

Below, you'll find their answers, as well as more information about them.


Champaign school board candidates answer questions

Here are links to the questions-and-answers from the five candidates seeking three four-year terms in the April 9 election for Champaign school board:

Laurie Bonnett.


Champaign school board candidate Chuck Jackson

The News-Gazette posed questions about school district finance, communication, school facilities and more to the five candidates running for three four-year Champaign school board terms.

Below, you'll find their answers, as well as more information about them.


Champaign school board candidate Scott MacAdam

The News-Gazette posed questions about school district finance, communication, school facilities and more to the five candidates running for three four-year Champaign school board terms.

Below, you'll find their answers, as well as more information about them.


Champaign school board candidate Lynn Stuckey

The News-Gazette posed questions about school district finance, communication, school facilities and more to the five candidates running for three four-year Champaign school board terms.

Below, you'll find their answers, as well as more information about them.


UI department head already has big plans — and much centers on new works

URBANA — If you're a fan of new plays, you're in luck. So is Jeffrey Eric Jenkins, the new head of the University of Illinois Department of Theatre.


Champaign school board candidate Laurie A. Bonnett

The News-Gazette posed questions about school district finance, communication, school facilities and more to the five candidates running for three four-year Champaign school board terms.

Below, you'll find their answers, as well as more information about them.


Danville schools to reduce force

DANVILLE — School officials next week have the grim task of handing out pink slips to a handful of employees whose positions are being eliminated next year through a reduction in force.

School board members will hold a public hearing and then vote on the matter at a special meeting on Wednesday.


Danville school board candidate Darlene Halloran

Nine candidates are running for four seats on the Danville school board in the April 9 consolidated election. Here's a look at the candidates and the six questions The News-Gazette asked them. 

Darlene Halloran, 59, Danville

Political experience: None


Danville school board candidate Lon Henderson

Nine candidates are running for four seats on the Danville school board in the April 9 consolidated election. Here's a look at the candidates and the six questions The News-Gazette asked them. 

Lon Henderson, 59, Danville

Political experience: None