Sines has lived in Perry for 35 years and served on the School Board for eight.
She said she believes her input is valuable to “maintain (the) direction” of the district financially.
“I am also concerned about reaching every child in a special way,” she wrote in her questionnaire. “We are always looking for ways we can improve our district. I believe, as a board member, I should be constantly challenging the status quo.”
Caitlin Fertal, The News-Herald article, Oct. 24