I am honored to represent entire LCSC community

2012-11-14T00:00:00Z I am honored to represent entire LCSC community nwitimes.com
November 14, 2012 12:00 am

Whether you passed out palm cards, posted a yard sign, called your friends and neighbors, encouraged others to vote for me, or stood in the rain at the voting locations to pass out palm cards and greet the voters, thank you!

There was some misunderstanding regarding my concerns for the Lake Central Schools as stated in The Times on Nov. 7. In my platform I stated the biggest challenges facing Lake Central School Corp. are: 1. limitations of budget funding, and 2. the lack of an environment built on mutual respect, collaboration and consensus building so members of the entire LCSC community feel valued and a part of the educational decision-making process.

I am honored to represent the entire LCSC community and look forward to discovering your concerns and working together to collaborate on solutions.

- Dr. Janice Malchow, Dyer

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