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Superintendent election interrupted

Students packed the back rows of a District Central boardroom March 13 to listen in on the superintendent election. They had come to protest the possible election of Dr. Teri Staloch, who left Prior Lake School District after it faced a racism scandal that made national news.
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Eliah Fink
Park students from S.O.A.R. sit and listen among Park school staff and other community members at the school board meeting on Wednesday. The meeting on March 13. consisted of interviewing finalists for the St. Louis Park district superintendent position.
This story contains an alternate format that can only be viewed on the original site. View this story on The Echo. It was originally published on April 25, 2024.

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