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Idaho Ed News Said:

In a joint announcement, incumbents Paul Bennion, Debbie Donovan, Maria Greeley and Elizabeth Langley said they will run for election this summer.

“As trustees we’ve aspired to lead the conversation on many of the challenges facing Boise’s families and students,” the trustees said in a joint statement. “Our classrooms today must be highly flexible, inclusive and welcoming while keeping our focus on delivering challenging opportunities for every child to learn and grow.”

Idaho Business Review said:

“2022 marks the 17th year the Idaho Business Review has been recognizing incredible women from across the state of Idaho. This year’s list of honorees represents a broad spectrum of industries, and we are privileged to have them among our community,” said Idaho Business Review Publisher Cindy Suffa.  

Idaho Statesman said:

Trustees said they had to consider what it takes to keep schools open, keep teachers in the classroom and make conditions as safe as possible for students and staff members. “If we don’t have the staff in place, our business closes, whether we like it or not,” Trustee Elizabeth Langley said.

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IdahoNews 2 said:

"There will be students who are at risk, who are masking continuously, there will be children who feel like this is overdue for their families," said Elizabeth Langley, board member.

Idaho Ed news said

"Boise trustees appointed Elizabeth Langley to fill their vacant school board seat Monday night, bringing the board of Idaho’s second largest district up to full strength."

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