From Herald News:
JOLIET — Candidates in Joliet Grade School District are concerned that students are either getting passed from grade to grade or not receiving access to support services.
Quinn Adamowski and Lorraine Guerrero, both of Joliet, are vying for a West Side seat.
There are four spots open on the Joliet Grade School Board, including two seats on the East Side, one for at-large and one spot on the West Side.
Adamowski, 31, is assistant principal of Lincoln School, an alternative school for at-risk students. He has a bachelor’s degree from Knox College and master’s degrees from University of St. Francis and Olivet Nazarene University…