On Wednesday Pulse Mornings welcomed some of the Langley City and Langley Township school trustee candidates running in the October 20th municipal election for day two of our South of the Fraser candidate conversations taking place over the next three weeks on Pulse 107.7 FM.

Marnie Wilson (Langley Township), Brent Larsen (Langley Township), Meghan Dykeman (Langley Township), Sindy Jeffrey (Langley City), Rod Ross (Langley Township) and Shelley Coburn (Langley City) took part in today’s event (for a full list of  trustee candidates click here)

Topics in the discussion, moderated by Pulse Morning’s Ian Power, ranged from how trustees plan to mitigate overcrowding in Langley District classrooms, what they feel is the most crucial education issue leading up to the the election and what method they would implement to tackle the issue that hasn’t already been done. They were also asked how best to recruit and retain teachers, teacher aids, French language teachers and other critical staff in Langley classrooms.

Listen to the full 30 minute conversation or watch the Facebook live video below!

Also, tune into Thursday’s Pulse Mornings candidate conversation beginning at 7:30 a.m. where we welcome New Westminster school trustee candidates to the studio.