Three applicants for the District 3 vacancy on the Wichita school board answered questions from board members Wednesday. They are, from left: Sondra Luke, Ernestine Krehbiel and Rhonda Cox.
Three applicants for the District 3 vacancy on the Wichita school board answered questions from board members Wednesday. They are, from left: Sondra Luke, Ernestine Krehbiel and Rhonda Cox. Pilar Pedraza Courtesy photo
Three applicants for the District 3 vacancy on the Wichita school board answered questions from board members Wednesday. They are, from left: Sondra Luke, Ernestine Krehbiel and Rhonda Cox. Pilar Pedraza Courtesy photo

3 women applied for a Wichita school board seat. Here’s what they said in interviews.

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