Fredrickson, Field Win Seats On Springs Board Of Education - 27 East

Fredrickson, Field Win Seats On Springs Board Of Education

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Emma Field

Emma Field

Erik Fredrickson

Erik Fredrickson

Desirée Keegan on May 18, 2022
Supporters in Springs voted, 323-111, in favor of the $32,888,886 budget for the 2022-23 school year, and have chosen Erik Fredrickson and Emma Field to first-year terms on the district’s... more

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