“When you do a new schedule you are going to make somebody mad,” she said. “But we asked and felt this was the best plan.”
Dunlevy said she would like to see the board re-visit the balanced schedule debate.
“I would like to see what the other school’s experience has been this year,” she said. “I don’t think we should close the door on the discussion. We can ask the other school corporations to see how it helped or hindered them.”
The general election will be held Nov. 6. Voters will be asked to vote for three of the four candidates.