Rolli Cacchioni - School District 23 Candidate

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Rolli Cacchioni - School District 23 Candidate

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This thread is for Rolli Cacchioni, candidate for School District #23.
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Re: Rolli Cacchioni - School District 23 Candidate

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Rolli is a man of integrity and experience. I had the pleasure of working for Rolli when he was the principal of KLO Secondary. He is knowledgeable and dedicated to improving the quality of public education in SD 23.
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Re: Rolli Cacchioni - School District 23 Candidate

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Rolli is a great guy and has been a great supporter of local high school sports. Class act.
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Re: Rolli Cacchioni - School District 23 Candidate

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He was working at OKM when i graduated. Great principal, I think he's got a lot of good experience and seems quite friendly
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My husband worked with Rolli years ago and said he was a good man then. In recent years I have worked with numerous people who speak highly of Rolli Cacchioni. He brings knowledge and experience to the school trustee table and deserves to be re-elected.
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Re: Rolli Cacchioni - School District 23 Candidate

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I support his view of the education system, and will be voting for him
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Re: Rolli Cacchioni - School District 23 Candidate

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At the forum, Rolli had researched the topics and came prepared to discuss them. I, too, liked his view of public education.

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