District 211 Board of Education: 3 Open Seats, 5 Candidates
Five candidates will be running for three open seats on the Township High School District 211 Board of Education in the April election. Three are incumbents and two are newcomers.
Three seats will be open on the Township High School District 211 Board of Education for the April 9 consolidated election, and five candidates will be running.
Incumbents Robert J. LeFevre of Palatine, who currently serves as board president, along with Schaumburg resident Anna Klimkowica and board secretary, Edward Yung of Inverness, all plan to run again.
New candidates include Roman Golash of Palatine and Mike Scharringhausen of Schaumburg.
Township High School District 211 has five schools, including Palatine High School and Fremd High School, Hoffman Estates and James B. Conant High Schools, both in Hoffman Estates, and Schaumburg High School in Schaumburg.
District 211 has close to 12,500 students in total attending the five schools, and is the largest high school district in the state of Illinois.
Each board of education seat has a four year term.
Check back with Palatine Patch for upcoming profiles of the candidates.