With 62 percent of the vote, former Pittsburgh Public School District teacher Sylvia Wilson won both the Democratic and Republican nominations for the District 1 school board seat in last week’s primary election on May 21.

With six months remaining until Wilson will likely take office in December, she said the first thing she plans to tackle is the budget, not only because it is the first assignment the board is tasked with, but also because she believes it will be most important in determining the future of the district.

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