The November elections are quickly approaching for a variety of posts, including seats on the North Penn School Board. Tina Stoll is running for the board. Stoll says, changing the environment is one her main concerns.
“We have a district with 40 thousand taxpayers and 13 thousand students. You would think that more people would want to be involved. We just think that people are not encouraged to be involved.”
Stoll is running on the Democratic ticket. Meanwhile, with 16 years on the North Penn School Board, Frank O’Donnell is looking for a 5th term on the board. According O’Donnell, who’s running on the Republican ticket, nothing could be further from the truth about involving people in the process, including his own outreach.
“I talk to the Principals, I talk to the teaches, I talk to the parents. We have a great board. We interact well with people and each other.”
O’Donnell and Stoll were guests on the AM Edition Wednesday morning with darryl Berger.