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Whoever is elected to the Shelby County School Board this year will have to help plan three new school buildings, address lagging test scores at the secondary level and balance a budget with shrinking state support.
In recent weeks, candidates have been busy handing out leaflets and making phone calls to rally support for the Nov. 4 vote.
Two of the three open seats on the Shelby County School Board will be contested this election cycle.
Brenda Jackson, who represents division 5, is the only member of the school board who will run unopposed.
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