A Conversation with Maryann Wright, Candidate for Richland 2 School Board

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While the presidential election will be at the top of everyone’s mind this fall, it’s important that we don’t overlook our local School Board elections. In the midst of the COVID 19 pandemic and the uncertainty surrounding in-person instruction, school board members will have a more critical role than ever in our children’s educational futures and in their overall health and well-being.

With that in mind, I took some time to sit down with retired educator Maryann Wright who recently announced her campaign for Richland District 2 School board to learn about her priorities and thoughts on how to safely and effectively get our schools back to the business of educating our children.

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