School board incumbents to push for district funding

SITKA, ALASKA Two incumbents are running unopposed to re-claim their seats on the Sitka School Board this October.
Cass Pook and Tom Conley are both multiple-term veterans on the board. They hope to engage the community the coming year in a conversation about the importance of school funding in a difficult economy.
KCAW’s Robert Woolsey sat down recently with both candidates to discuss the issues:
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