Waukesha School Board candidates discuss COVID, racism and the budget

Waukesha School Board candidates discuss COVID, racism and the budget

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WAUKESHA – For the five Waukesha School Board candidates vying for three seats, the challenge rests squarely on looking both back and forward from a tumultuous year marked by a historic pandemic.

Should the board have handled at-home and in-person schooling differently in 2020? As a new budget year begins, how should the board address financial constraints created by the pandemic? And how does racism fit into the learning environment in the years ahead?

Here’s what the candidates — Patrick McCaffery (incumbent), Kurt O’Bryan (incumbent), Kelly Piacsek, Diane Voit (incumbent)and Anthony J. Zenobia, each vying for three-year terms — have to say about those issues heading into the spring elections on April 6.

How could the school board have better handled the COVID in-person attendance issue?





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