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Letters to the Editor

Vote Sondgeroth for superintendent

Bob Sondgeroth is the most experienced, knowledgeable, and fiscally responsible candidate for Lee-Ogle-Whiteside regional superintendent of schools. 

Most citizens don’t realize that the county regional superintendent of schools is much like the county state’s attorney. The county state’s attorney is elected to ensure that the citizens’ interests are represented in our court system. The regional superintendent is elected to represent the interests of the county in making sure that all children are well-educated.

Over the years, Bob has shown that his office’s programs help struggling students, train teachers on the most recent initiatives, and ensure safe schools for our children.  

Under Bob’s leadership, the new consolidated office is fiscally responsible with state and local grant funds, and even more efficient in serving the school districts across all three counties. 

Bob has also worked tirelessly to ensure that all children receive a high-quality education, even those who have not succeeded in traditional settings.  

As the former regional superintendent in Lee and Ogle counties, I know that Bob Sondgeroth is the right candidate for regional superintendent in Lee, Ogle, and Whiteside counties, and I am proud to support him.

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