Daily Herald Editorial Board
Residents in Carol Stream Elementary District 93 appear to be in good hands, as the school board oversees a school system that is faring relatively well in the economic storm and making progress on educational initiatives, such as a centralized preschool. Four candidates are running for three four-year terms: school board President Tony Cicero, who has served since 2005; incumbent Bill King, who began on the board four years ago; incumbent Keith Briggs, appointed in October; and newcomer Sean McQuade. The current board is doing a good job of balancing its educational mission and the needs of residents and taxpayers. We endorse Cicero, King and Briggs, who offer solid leadership, innovative ideas and commitment, as well as demonstrated records of service.