Principal Ryan Horner says the Revere C-3 School District has been around for more than 85 years. He says it was a K-12 district until 2002 when the high school consolidated with the Clark County R-1 School District.
Revere C-3 currently serves about 18 K-8 students. Horner says that number was at 29 earlier this year, but families left the district for a variety of reasons.
There is currently no one enrolled in kindergarten or fifth grade.
Turnout was fairly light across west-central Illinois. The biggest snafu in the region happened in McDonough County, where Clerk Gretchen DeJaynes ran hair dryers out to a few polling places that had damp ballots. It's not known what caused the dampness. DeJaynes said she planned to speak to the vendor about the issue.