Red Cedar school still an open issue

By Alex Barhorst
Entirely East Lansing staff writer

Kathleen Edsall expressed concerns that the current board members will close Red Cedar Elementary School before she takes office. Edsall and Nate Lake won four-year positions on the board in the November elections. They will join the board on Jan. 1. Both of the election’s victors are in favor of keeping Red Cedar open.

East Lansing School Board candidates have similar platforms

By Alex Barhorst
Entirely East Lansing staff writer

Candidates Kathleen Edsall, Alec Lloyd, and John Revitte expressed similar opinions regarding a need for change on the East Lansing School Board. Edsall and Lloyd are campaigning for the four-year term on the school board, and Revitte is running for the two-year partial term in the November elections. Four candidates are campaigning for the four-year position and two are running for the two-year position. Edsall and Lloyd are competing against Rima Addiego, an incumbent, and Nate Lake. Revitte’s only challenger is Kay Young Biddle, the incumbent for the two year position.