6 PM District 200 Candidates’ Forum at Woodstock High School (Not North High School)

Woodstock Council of Teachers, McHenry County Federation of Teachers, will hold a candidates’ night for those running for the District 200 School Board Wednesday night at 6 PM.

The event will be held at the Woodstock High School Auditorium.

2017 ballot for the Woodstock School District.

Officers of the organization are

McHenry County Retiree Council

PRESIDENT: – Tony Casalino

Woodstock Council of Teachers

PRESIDENT:   Carolina Giraldo
1st Vice President:  Allison Doyle
2nd Vice President:  Paul Rausch

WSRP Woodstock School Related Personnel

PRESIDENT – Tracy Cubert


  • Debbie Belmonte (Secretaries)
  • Joan Grandrath (Associates)
  • Kendra Puzzo (Food Service)


6 PM District 200 Candidates’ Forum at Woodstock High School (Not North High School) — 36 Comments

  1. This is a big time WTF!

    Employees interviewing their future boss?

    I hope none of the candidates show up!

    School boards are meant to represent the PARENTS and the TAXPAYERS!!!!

  2. Q&A sent to candidates by McHenry County Federation of Teachers Local 1642
    My answers below.
    Susan Handelsman

    1. What are your motivations for running?

    1. Our community is suffering a property tax rate crisis caused by D200’s irrational spending and borrowing policies over the past decade. Left unchecked, Woodstock’s 4.6% property tax rate is a negative feedback loop which will continue to escalate in severity. Survival instinct is a powerful motivation.

    2. Why do you believe that you would be a good school board member?

    2. I perform independent research, and evidence-based rather than emotional analyses.

    3. What do you believe is the role of a school board member?

    3. First determine a budget which is appropriate relative to the means of the community. Next obtain input from administrators tasked with optimization of student education. Perform independent research to validate or refute recommended guidance. Later, evaluate outcomes and change what isn’t working.

    4. What do you think is/are the biggest concern(s) facing District 200?

    4. Woodstock’s 4.6% property tax rate is conscripting an inordinate percentage of local households’ incomes which could otherwise be saved for a child’s college fund or parents’ financial stability. A lot of fellow humans in our community are one stroke of bad luck away from financial crisis. This district should be very concerned about the next recession (there has not been a decade in recorded economic history without one).

    5. What current critical issues do you see impacting District 200?

    5. Lakewood TIF represents an enormous economic threat to the taxpayers of D200. The IGA is arguably unenforceable and contains a loser-pays clause making litigation an expensive gamble. Additionally, Woodstock TIF ( taking $700,000/year which must be replaced by property -taxpayers) is seeking a 12 year extension from 2020 and will obtain it unless the D200 Board vigorously objects.

    6. What valuable training do you feel that school boards members should have or need?

    6. Board members need to understand the Budget and debt for which they cast votes. Statutory Tax rate caps which apply to various Funds, PTELL, and maximum debt limits should be understood before any votes are cast.

    7. How do you feel District 200 compares to other districts in the country?

    7. National Center for Education Statistics (EDFIN) at nces.ed.gov has a peer review comparison tool. The comparison indicates that D200 spends significantly more per pupil per year than national peers in almost every spending category.
    Illinois School Report Cards indicates D200 students underperform State students on PARCC, DLM. 50% college readiness is better than State 47%, but it is difficult to express pride over 50% college readiness.

    8. When are you available to visit schools and classrooms?

    8. I will make myself available when it is convenient to the teachers and students. (But not on Wednesdays).

    9. What are your views on school district consolidation?

    9. There is enrollment capacity for over 9300, with an enrollment of only 6550. This underuse of district facilities is projected to continue, with enrollment expected to remain flat or down. If this level of wasteful and inefficient spending of public funding is to continue, some concrete rationale should be presented to taxpayers in justification.

    10. In order to reach out to the entire District 200 community, would you agree to having your answers translated in Spanish by the Department of Language and Culture and District 200?

    10. Yes, the district should make every effort to reach out to the entire community. Does the ethnicity of the D200 teaching and administrative staff reflect the demographic breakdown of the student population? That doesn’t appear to be the case on the school board.

  3. No school for illegal aliens. That would save alot of cash.

    It’s to the point of ridiculousness. MSM: The kids, the poor kids, the kids!”

    Well I’m sick of it and tired of paying high property taxes for it …. I’m ready to sell my house for peanuts and move to much friendlier tax-climes: AR, MO, KY!


  4. 1. What are your motivations for running?

    I believe very strongly in youth development. In the almost twenty-five years that my wife and I have lived in Woodstock I have been very active in a number of youth organizations, both civic and religious. I believe strongly in developing the next generation of leaders and helping them to have the tools necessary to be thoughtful and caring members of our society. I also believe that students must have foundational learning objectives while having options to their education so that their potential career interests can be explored; whether to higher education, trades, military service, or skilled labor.

    2. Why do you believe that you would be a good school board member?

    I was appointed to the District 200 School Board in April of 2014 and was elected to a two-year term in 2015. My experience comes from those three years of service but also two other rather different perspectives. Up until the end of 2015, I was a technology consultant in which I spent many years working with grade school and higher education clients both in North America and abroad aiding my clients in advancing the needs of their students. This work has involved the augmentation of the curriculum with technologies. The second perspective is that I also have extensive Board experience within corporate and not-for-profit organizations. Because of this experience, I have the tools necessary to think strategically and collaboratively while understanding the future impacts and achieving goals.

    I am still a somewhat new voice offering to lead and work with a strong group focused on the same values that I hold dear, the development of the next generation. My experience in systems of governance and strategic thinking aid in being a part of making the decisions necessary for the success of our school district. My experience in education and associated technologies has been a boon to the district, as it would bring a different and needed understanding to the decisions that will be faced in the coming years. The district has benefited from my knowledge in educational technologies in the deployment of the Fiber Optic infrastructure, in building network distribution, and initiatives in board transparency with electronic board materials and the possibilities of streaming board meetings.

    3. What do you believe is the role of a school board member?

    The school board member is one voice in seven that serve on the board with the primary role of financing and delivering the education to the youth of the district. The board has one employee in the Superintendent. Through the boards strategic direction, the Superintendent is responsible to the tactical approach to achieve the goals and initiatives of the boards strategic direction.

    One of Dr. Moans first tasks assigned by the board when he was hired was to update the strategic plan of District 200. This was in process when I was appointed to the board and has since been completed. Generated by educators and community members, this plan provides a very clear road map for the board to use in making decisions. However, it did not assess our facilities.

    In making decisions for the district, I often refer to the strategic plan. I also need to weigh decisions against the data generated by the community that resulted in the passing of the 2006 referendum. This data is outdated and why I strongly supported the creation of the recent facilities review task force. With the recommendations from the task force, the board will be able to make more relevant decisions based upon recent data and community preference.

    4. What do you think is/are the biggest concern(s) facing District 200?

    Taxes – Taxes were high when my wife and I came to McHenry County. The level of services received distributed across a smaller population made that situation. In that time, the issues at the state level have forced greater reliance on the local taxing bodies. The real estate bubble burst moved this to critical mass. There are many reasons for the recovery taking as long as it has. Taxation has an impact on this but not as significant as the loss of value created by the foreclosure rate in the community. Now that foreclosures have come under control the real estate values have begun to increase. It is important to note that District 200 has not increased the local tax levy since 2014 and has just recently abated a percentage of the 2017 levy due to the state finally providing full payment of the monies due to the district. This has not occurred in many years.

    Debt Management- The voter approved referendums have created bonds that the Board continues to manage the debt against. Leveraging the School Districts very favorable bond rating, Aa2, the Board has refinanced bonds and paid interest to reduce the debt load. This activity will continue as bonds mature and this strategy should offset the balloon rates that are coming due in the next five years.

    Balancing quality schools against rising costs- The Board has taken many steps towards improving the quality of the education delivered within the District while reducing costs. Education curriculum costs money. The District has moved away from the outdated paradigm of purchasing curriculum on a multi-year basis to the online method that provides consistently updated curriculum with annual costs. Since the District was able to deploy increased internet bandwidth and improved networks within all of the buildings, we have been able to use this new curriculum acquisition method at a reduced cost to the taxpayer. This method of cost savings will need to continue as we further update our teaching materials.

    5. What current critical issues do you see impacting District 200?

    State funding will always hold a need for concern. Until the funding calculations are more equitable across every district in the state, there will be no means to finance education other than through local tax dollars. When one considers that District 200 is one of the largest employers within McHenry County, the answers to many questions do not necessarily point to reducing staff or closing buildings, as this would have different negative effects. It does lend itself to more efficient usage of the districts resources, hence the creation of the task force that is currently exploring these issues.

    6. What valuable training do you feel that school boards members should have or need?

    The IASB provides training programs for school board members that inform them of the requirements of the open meetings act and school district financing. Further training is available in many areas of personal interest at the annual conference. The district administration did a fabulous job mentoring and explaining the various reports issued to the board members monthly. It does help to understand financial statements and how the school code applies to the reporting of these. There are several status reports given to the board throughout the year based giving information on the outcomes of numerous programs within the district. These reports are program specific and the administration has made staff available to the board members should they wish to learn more about those programs for greater understanding.

    7. How do you feel District 200 compares to other districts in the country?

    We should look no further than the continued success and accolades received by each of our individual schools and programs within the district. Scholastically and socially our district continues to shine both locally and nationally. This is a testament to the administration, staff, students, and board of the district, as well as the working relationship that they have.

    District 200 is referenced nationally as one of the primary examples of how to run an effective and efficient dual language program. This extends beyond our boundaries, as our program has developed dual language references to be used within other One-to-One programs across the country. The positive metric achievements of these students are beginning to prove that these programs are supporting better educational outcomes for all involved.

    8. When are you available to visit schools and classrooms?

    I am available at any prearranged time. I have already visited a number of classrooms over the last three years mostly in review of the One-to-One programs and evolving use of technologies in the classroom.

    9. What are your views on school district consolidation?

    Consolidation can mean different things. I am a strong proponent of looking at consolidation of programs into common buildings. This does move the district away from the neighborhood school concept. By looking at program/curriculum delivery first, the potential of closing or modifying building usage can be more effectively viewed. In our current configuration, we do have excess space that could be used more effectively, resulting in the need to close some buildings. However, those recommendations have not yet been fully vetted and so their impact to students or costs are not understood. I will not support closing a school to only save dollars if it creates a negative impact on educating our students.

    10. In order to reach out to the entire District 200 community, would you agree to having your answers translated in Spanish by the Department of Language and Culture and District 200?

    I have no concerns with this information being translated so long as the intent is not lost in that translation.

  5. Usually the League of Women’s Voters holds candidate forums.

    Have never heard of a teacher union holding a candidates forum.

    Has that happened in the past in District 200?

    Wonder how prevalent that is and what other school districts have teacher unions holding a candidate forum.

    Usually the Teacher Union leaders privately interview candidates, typically in a teacher union office….was that also done for Woodstock District 200?


    Here is an article of the Lincoln Way District 210 teacher union holding a candidate forum.

    My Suburban Life

    Lincoln-Way D-210 Teacher Union to Hold Board Candidates Forum

    March 4, 2017

    by Felix Sarver



    Lincoln-Way School District 210 has had all sorts of problems documented by Edgar County Watchdogs, the press, and others.

  6. The IASB (which represents school boards paying fees to the IASB) is an ineffective counter to teacher unions.

    For example, the teacher unions, at least the IEA (Woodstock is IFT) have a database of collective bargaining agreements for comparison purposes during teacher union negotiations with school board and administration.

    The Illinois Association of School Boards has no such database.


    The most significant cause of public school problems result from state legislation passed by state legislators and Governors.

    The biggest problem, which is the biggest fiscal problem in the State of Illinois, is benefits hiked in the Teachers Retirement System (TRS) while the pensions were already underfunded, which occurred repeatedly over the lifespan of TRS (well over 50 years).

    TRS documents many of the benefit hikes in their document, Evolution of the TRS Benefit Structure.

    This along with other fiascos (the state diverting pension funding to salary hikes, etc.) has resulted in a huge unfunded liability (taxpayer IOU to the teacher pension fund).

    The public schools have problems resulting from Federal, State, and Local policy.

    Local taxpayers at least have a say so in electing school board members for local policy.

    State taxpayers elect State Representatives, Senators, and Governors.

    Federal taxpayers elect US Senators, US Representatives, and Presidents.

    There is a lot to learn about how public schools operate at all three levels.

  7. I dispute the factuial accuracy of Mr. Nattress answer #4.
    the District HAS raised costs, every year.

    (Debt has excee4ded Illinois statutory maximum for years, yet the D200 board has voted YES to incurring MORE debt which fell into loopholes enabling further borrowing).

    • Fiscal Total Cost Percent Teaching Pupil/Teacher Attendance
    • Year Expenses Enrollment per Pupil Change Staff Ratio Percentage
    • 2016 $109,256,672 6,649 $16,432 5.79% 428 15.54 95.0%
    • 2015 103,459,391 6,661 15,532 7.08% 424 15.71 94.7%
    • 2014 96,678,505 6,665 14,505 8.37% 400 16.69 95.3%
    • 2012 89,534,426 6,623 13,519 0.29% 392 16.90 95.4%
    • 2011 85,285,597 6,327 13,480 0.51% 381 16.61 95.1%
    • 2010 88,985,595 6,635 13,412 4.50% 404 16.42 94.6%
    • 2009 84,229,285 6,563 12,834 16.84% 417 15.74 94.9%
    • 2008 72,519,689 6,602 10,985 18.61% 399 16.55 94.4%
    • 2007 60,928,084 6,579 9,261 8.19% 378 17.40 94.2%
    Sources: Nonfinancial information provided by the District’s personnel and planning bureaus.
    Note: Enrollment based on start-of-year census. Teaching staff are full-time equivalents for the year as a whole. Attendance is a yearly average.
    Total expenses are based on total accrual basis expenses for each respective year.
    Page 151 2016 cafr

  8. YEAR Enrollment/Capacity TAX LEVY Total Spending State Funds EAV

    2005 6395/5900 $37mil $60mil $783mil

    2007 6602/6200 $50 mil $73mil $983mil

    2009 6635/9300 $53mil $98.4mil $12.3mil $1,128mil

    2011 6623/9300 $56mil $94.4mil $12mil $1066mil

    2013 6665/9300 $58mil $90 mil $11.3mil $843mil

    2015 6649/9300 $59mil $103 mil $14.9mil $719mil

    2016 6564/9300 $59mil $109.2mil $19mil $723mil**

    2017Enrollment Projected lower $760mil**

    * EAV reflects average of current and prior two years’ assessed values.
    ** (2016 and 2017 EAV greatly impacted by large Equalization Factor decrease/increase. 2007-2009 Spending include over $100 million building and expanding school

  9. Sorry Susan, you are incorrect because you are not looking at what builds up the numbers.

    Fact- The District 200 school board has not raised the LOCAL tax since 2014.

    Fact- The District 200 school board abated close to $1,000,000 in the current local

    tax levy due to the fact that the state committed to paying the full amount of state aid this current year.

    Instead of looking for what you want, you need to research all of the facts and identify the truth.

  10. The attitude of pride over ‘not having raised a levy’ which was too high to begin with: based upon 9300 enrollment and EAV over $1 billion (40% higher than actual EAV) is what Barb Gessert and I encountered for years of attending School Board meetings and having our pleas for fiscal compassion to the community fall on deaf ears of Mr. Nattress and his colleagues.

  11. Levy has remained at the same too-high rate, as Illinois GSA ROSE by $8 mikllion/year.

    That should not be a source of pride for you

  12. Mr. Nattress, what is your plan for Woodstock economic survival given 4.6% property tax 5rate, and two TIF Districts?

  13. Look at the numbers, exactly:
    expenditures have risen year over year
    every year, at a rate exceeding inflation.


  14. GSA = General State Aid.

    GSA is the primary source of state funding to local school districts.

    Talk of education funding reform in Illinois includes changes to GSA.

    This being Illinois, education funding reform will result in more money going to public schools.

    Sort of like Woodstock cutting property taxes 10% results in hiked taxpayer revenue going to Woodstock, because sales taxes are being hiked.

    Illinois is a state out of control financially.

  15. That would be the City of Woodstock cutting property taxes, not the Woodstock District 200 school district.

  16. The pride is in the fact that I know the facts and have not skewed them to my own gain.

    Since I have been on the Board the school district has managed the local tax levy, the debt, and the spending (whether funded or unfunded).

    My point is this Susan, you have limited your scope of justification when you own figures have proven my point.

    I have done what I could to inform the public and manage what the school board has control over.

    I am sorry that you are so blind to everything that is going on.

  17. You are not presenting any facts to support your assertions.

    You have managed the spending…managed to create a community in deep trouble and 4.6% property tax rate.

    These figures are taken from your CAFRs, your Budgets, and ISBE filings.

    What are the figures I am missing?

    What am I blind to?

    Please let me know so I can learn.

    I want to learn, because I want our community to survive.

    You know I started coming to s.b. meetings years ago with a spirit of hope and collaboration.

    I have grown more exasperated as you have driven our community further into economic hardship, and my presentation has become more gruff because you seem to ignore facts, and act without regard to the fate of your community at large.

    It would be in all our best interests if we took issue by issue, number by number, and either you can justify those expenditures or not.

    If not, we look ahead, we all try to heal and survive together.

  18. Susan,

    I have tried in public forum and in the community to explain my actions and educate many people.

    There is only one that publicly has ignored what I have tried to clarify, That is yourself.

    I feel there is nothing further that I can do for you personally.

    I will continue to do everything I can for the students of District 200 and my community.

  19. I take that to mean you are in favor of spending as usual, expenditures each year in excess of the prior year, no tax levy reduction in spite of $8 million additional GSA.

  20. Woodstock Independent

    10 Candidates File for School Board (Woodstock District 200)

    by Katelyn Stanek

    December 20, 2016

    – Incumbents are William Nattress and Carl Gilmore.

    – Non incumbent candidates are:

    – Bruce Farris

    – Jill Ferrarini

    – Barbara Gessert

    – Susan Handelsman

    – Jacob Homuth

    – Karen Kockler

    – John Parisi

    – Suzann Schroeder

    – Incumbents Camille Goodwin and Paul Meyer are not running for re-election.



    Why are the candidates not listed on the County Clerk website?


    Woodstock District 200 is a unit district, meaning it includes elementary, middle, and high schools.

  21. Could write articles about the spending and ask they be posted on the blog.

    Mr. Nattress & Ms. Handelsman have posted answers to the union’s questions which is appreciated.


  23. Mr L. William Natress III,

    I am very offended by your comments to Susan!

    I have been to School Board meetings and you REFUSE to listen to any of our pleas!

    Let me educate you!

    Education is supposed to be about the improvement and well-being of the next generation.

    Learning is supposed to be about seeking and discovering the TRUTH by pursuing evidence and reason to issues and problem-solving. Unfortunately, the rising generation is the victim of an exceedingly expensive and inferior public education, too often driven by statist ideology and objectives, academic fads, social experimentation and administrative and your BUREAUCRATIC empire building!

    I have asked YOU and the board to have the courage to find ethical and constructive solutions to these challenges D200 is facing but YOU & the board chose to display DISRESPECT to us the taxpayers!

    I say SHAME on you!

    Do you have any principals?

    Or yet, morals and values?

    But most of all, where is your integrity to us the taxpayers and how does it fit into your mission & vision?

    There are projecting realities that very few in the academy will acknowledge.

    The most prominent is that education is NOT supposed to be about administrators and educational bureaucratics, labor unions, improvident construction projects and statist indoctrination.

    It’s supposed to be about the enrichment and improvement of young people and society.

    Students are not lab rats to be subjected to endless educational experiments; they are not Pavlov’s dog to be conditioned as societal malcontents; and their families and the TAXPAYERS are not cash cows for your reckless spending & not seeing the pain we are in!

    Your answers to the same questions that Susan answered were answered just like a perfect polished politician!

    Do you live in reality?

    Or is perception your reality?

    Let me remind you, D200 had been advised by your own counsel to file suit against Lakewood, describing the TIF District as improper and invalid.

    Instead our elected school board members, including you, L. William Natress III, chose to take a private meeting with Lakewood’s president and now the residence of Woodstock will have to deal with this Lakewood TIF for the next 35 years!

    You were told the Lakewood TIF was a crafted agreement written by and for the benefit of the Village of Lakewood but you chose to waive all of our rights to protest this feebly formed TIF!

    I say enough is enough!

    I am supporting Barb Gessert and Susan Handelsman for D200 School Board because their perception is the TRUE reality of what D200 faces!

  24. The Woodstock Council of Teachers has hosted several candidates forums in the past for school board as well as for state representatives.

    We invited candidates to come to our meeting for representatives last October.

    There has not been a contested school board election in some time so it’s been a while since we hosted a forum.

    The school board has many functions so our questions deal with several of the functions.

    It is unbiased and each candidate will get the same question.

    you will also receive notecards for you to pose your own questions.

    Susan is correct the forum is at Woodstock high school.

    I encourage people to attend.we hope this will educate people on who they would like to vote for. Thanks.

  25. Send me your questionnaire replies and I’ll be pleased to publish them, as well as those from any other D200 candidate.

  26. Cyndi? You meant to ask if they have any prinicples. We all know schools have principals.

  27. Sorry, for my misspelled word.

    I’m not perfect because Perfection
    died over 2,000 years ago😇!

  28. Is there a document(s) stating that Woodstock District 200 had been advised by their counsel to file suit against the Village of Lakewood regarding the TIF?


    SCHROEDER – shouldn’t be able to run as she would be VOTING ON HER OWN HUSBAND’s PAY raises (so in essence her own household income)

    JILL FERRARINI – doesn’t know the issues and wants to $PEND MORE ON ADDITIONAL PROGRAMS WE DON”T NEED!

    BILL NATRESS – Nice enough guy but is the incumbant and votes the go-along to get-along with people on the board that just love spending ‘other peoples money’. He’s got to go if’ we’re to see change on the spending!

    Same with GILMORE.

    PARISI – A big socialist. Forget it. He hasn’t got a clue.

    KOCKLER – read between the lines. Whenever anyone says ‘for the children’ there is nonsense afoot and it ends up NOT for the children but costs taxpayers so much it dips into the very children’s college fund just by their parents having to pay such high taxes!

  30. Isn’t there a candidate named Kockler who’s bio says teacher?

    A teacher on the school board….no, no, no!

    Any relation to the D200 teacher below?

    Meet the Teachers – Suzanne Kockler- Northwood Chorus
    School: Northwood Middle School

    So whose best interests would we represent?

  31. Open the Books

    Karen Kockler

    Retired Speech Pathologist

    Retired at the end of the 2014 – 2015 school year.

    Pension start date was June 5, 2015 with 25 years of service.

    2016 – $49,132 – TRS pension

    2015 – $91,090 – Huntley Community School District 158 (a unit district which is elementary – high school)

    2014 – $89,318 – Huntley District 158

    2013 – $92,331 – Huntley District 158

    2012 – $87,339 – Huntley District 158

    2011 – $87,720 – Huntley District 158

    2010 – $83,640 – Huntley District 158

    2009 – $84,469 – Huntley District 158

    2008 – $81,308 – Huntley District 158

    2007 – $74,935 – Huntley District 158

    2006 – $59,727 – McHenry Elementary District 15 (includes middle schools)

    2005 – $52,419 – McHenry District 15

    2004 – $50,449 – McHenry District 15

    2003 – $46,915 – McHenry District 15

    2002 – $43,884 – McHenry District 15

    2001 – $41,293 – McHenry District 15

    2000 – $36,059 – McHenry District 15

  32. Hey, Cyndi, I do it all the time. You get riled up and type so fast your fingers overrule your brain. It was stated for others to learn; not for you to apologize.

  33. Here is the link to the sample ballot pictured in the article from the County Clerk’s website.

    It includes sample ballots for all McHenry County races in the upcoming April 4, 2014 election.

    http://www.co.mchenry.il.us > County Government > Departments A – I > County Clerk > Elections > Voter > Sample Ballot – All Contests > Sample Ballot

  34. Here is the link to the write-in candidates not included in the sample ballot.

    http://www.co.mchenry.il.us > County Government > Departments A – I > County Clerk > Elections > Candidate > April 2017 Consolidated Election Candidates > Write In Candidates > Candidates

    There are no write in candidates for Woodstock CUSD 200.

    There are write in candidates for:


    Cary – Scott Migaldi

    Johnsburg – Barbara Harmel



    Barrington Hills Trustee – Linda Cools

    Harvard Alderman Ward 2 – Daniel Carncross & Kevin Williams

    Holiday Hills Clerk – Cayla Mullins

    Lakemoor President – Chris Savino

    Lakewood President – Ken Santowski

    McHenry (City of) Clerk – Lynzi Nevitt

    Oakwood Hills Trustee – Mary Beth Salvo

    Prairie Grove Trustee – Stanley Duda & Arthur Stephens Jr


    Park District:

    Marengo Park District – Ryan Mueller


    School District:

    Alden – Hebron Unit District 19 – Andy Madsen

    Cary Elementary District 26 – Leonard Kazmer, Ron Demkowicz

    Crystal Lake Elementary District 47 – John Pellikan, Jonathan Powell, Dan Palombit

    Richmond – Burton District Unit District 147 – Christine Alvarado, John Schleibinger

    Riley Elementary District 18 – Bryan Millard



    Grafton Township Trustee – Iyad Akel

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