Join Linda Coyle's Campaign for Maine 207 School Board!

LInda-vday-ad-forweb2.gifI am running for the Maine Township District 207 School Board in 2017 to bring a strong voice to our local school government - one that represents fiscal discipline and forward thinking. At the same time, my background as a longtime resident, Mom, community volunteer, lawyer, and member of a close family gives me the traditional values that our community expects.

This combined spirit of innovation and tradition is exactly what District 207 needs to move forward on all issues, including holding our taxes down, promoting efforts to increase student success within budget, and making our schools stronger for all residents. It is my mission to ensure that each tax dollar is carefully and vigilantly spent on providing the highest quality education possible for our students. I pledge to abide by H.I.T.A.:  Honesty, Integrity, Transparency, and Accountability

Maine Township School District 207 serves 6,374 students in Park Ridge and Des Plaines as well as parts of Glenview, Harwood Heights, Morton Grove, Niles, Norridge and Norwood Park Township In Chicago.

It includes three high schools-- Maine South and Maine East in Park Ridge and Maine West in Des Plaines.

Vote Coyle on April 4, 2017!


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    Linda Coyle Endorsed By The Daily Herald

    The Daily Herald released their endorsements in races in Park Ridge and Des Plaines including the race for Maine Township District 207 School Board recently.  They endorsed Linda Coyle and cited her fiscal discipline and participation in the future of our schools.

    Four seats are open for Maine Township High School District 207 and five candidates are running. Two are currently on the board -- board President Carla Owens and member Jin Lee, both of Park Ridge. The remaining three are Linda Coyle of Park Ridge, Dan Gott, of Des Plaines, and Aurora Austriaco, of Park Ridge.

    Most have volunteered directly for District 207 or in other education organizations; all are interested in a greater emphasis on college and career counseling and continuing to bring up the student body's college test scores.


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