As Littleton Public Schools nears its third year of educating in a COVID world, candidates for its Board of Education grappled with a slew of issues from funding to mental health.
During an Oct. 6 forum hosted at the school district's Education Services Center, candidates made their case for how they would tackle the district's current challenges and why they were the best choice for a seat at the table. Five candidates are running for three seats in the mail-in ballot election, which ends Nov. 2.
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