September 16, 2021


Be Inspired By Education

Election 2020: Wayne-Westland Board of Education

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On November 3, voters in the Wayne-Westland school district will choose three people to represent them on the board of education. 

School board members oversee the district and is the body Superintendent John Dignan reports to. Members serve six-year terms and are paid $50 per meeting attendance, given a monthly $30 stipend for travel and can make $250 annually for reaching level one of the Michigan Association of School Boards (MASB) Certification Program.

Hometown Life sent each candidate a questionnaire regarding their candidacy and the district itself. Answers had a 75-word limit, and responses exceeding that limit were cut short. 

Meet the candidates

John Albrecht, 70, is a retired educator. His educational background includes a master’s degree in teaching and education from Marygrove College along with a bachelor’s degree in math from Eastern Michigan University.

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