McQuillin and Wright file for re-election to school board
Daniel Island resident Mac McQuillin is seeking another term as a member of the Berkeley County School Board. McQuillin filed for his District 2 seat on August 1, the day filing opened. He will run unopposed in the November 6 general election.
“I look forward to serving our children and teachers for another term on the school board,” said McQuillin. “The last four years have been challenging, but we have accomplished so much in terms of improving student achievement and managing our extraordinary growth. I am hopeful we will build upon this track record while continuing to be good stewards of your tax dollars.”
McQuillin’s district includes Daniel Island School; Hanahan Elementary, Middle and High Schools; Philip Simmons Elementary, Middle and High Schools; and Cainhoy Elementary. He has served in the post since 2014.
Also filing for re-election is long-time Berkeley County School Board member Frank Wright of Huger. First elected to the board in 1998, Wright represents District 8, which includes a large portion of the Cainhoy Peninsula, Moncks Corner, Honey Hill, Jamestown and Hanahan. Like McQuillin, Wright also oversees the Philip Simmons schools and Cainhoy Elementary.
Filing for the general election ended on August 15. Berkeley County School Board candidates Kathy Littleton (District 4) and incumbent Sally Wofford (District 6) are also running unopposed.