Student bullying, special education concerns and administrative salary increases topped the list of concerns of about 80 South Whidbey residents who turned out for a standing-room only community forum April 10 with the school board. (Patricia Guthrie / Whidbey News Group)

Student bullying, special education concerns and administrative salary increases topped the list of concerns of about 80 South Whidbey residents who turned out for a standing-room only community forum April 10 with the school board. (Patricia Guthrie / Whidbey News Group)

Parents lash out at South Whidbey school board

Student bullying, special education and administrative raises are top concerns.

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