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Lake Oswego will weigh in on a competitive school board race, a school Learning Levy and a parks bond

Happy May Day! This year, the occassion also marks the first day ballots can be mailed for the May 21 election.

In Lake Oswego, three candidates — one running unopposed for position 5 and two competing for position 1 — are vying for a spot on the school board, while voters will also weigh in on a proposed Learning Levy for the Lake Oswego School District and a City parks bond.

The Review's endorsements are coming soon, but if you're looking to catch up with the candidates and issues we offer this guide to our coverage so far:

School board:

John Wallin says he'll seek reelection to Lake Oswego School Board

School board candidate Kelly Calabria is here to help

School board candidates share ideas at public forum

School board candidates attend student-led forum

Learning Levy:

'Literally, we could be saving children's lives'

LOSD holds first levy-inspired educational event

Parks bond:

Parks bond headed to ballot

LO council, school board discuss new pool


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