The results are available for the Chicago LSC Elections.
To find your school via a map, go to --> http://cps.edu/Pages/LSC_Map.aspx
Some results were horrendous.
Dixon had at most 12 parents voting. I'm not sure how big it is, but doing the math of 2 classrooms times 1st - 6th grade = 12. So it seems like ONLY 1 parent per classroom bothered voting, even though the election was on Report Card Pick Day (with teacher conferences).
Gillispie only had 2 parents to run (for up to 6 open slots), with 15 voting
Pirie several parents running, and but only one received 16 votes; a community member garnered 14 votes.
Neil had 24 voting.
Mcdade, despite being a Classical school (and one of the top 2% in the state) only had up to 48 vote. (This is a school I would expectr to have high parent involvement, as well as interest of neighbors).
Ruggles had at least 73 parents & community members voting
Burnside had at least 86
Harlan High had 37, including it looks like former State Rep. candidate Sandra Worthem.
Hirsch High had 27.
Deneen, being now a charter school, did not have any elections listed.
The database can be found at https://www.google.com/fusiontables/DataSource?snapid=S470929CFCw
A supplementary election is planned later this year.
Disclaimer: The Sixth Ward blog writer, JP Paulus, ran for Burnside's LSC, and won as a parent representative.