Ann B. Kavanagh (D), 41, of 301 Linden Ct., Sterling, is a teacher in the Fairfax County public school system. She was a member of the Loudoun County School Board from 1972 to 1981, serving as chairman in 1980-81. Answer: Experience in Loudoun County government is her best qualification for Dulles District supervisor. During 10 years on the county School Board, she worked with principals, administrators, teachers and parents on educational issues affecting individual schools and the system as a whole. She understands the painstaking process of assessing needs, setting priorities and negotiating trade-offs between conflicting needs. She has served in positions of leadership as vice chairman and chairman of the School Board. In these capacities she had significant interaction with the Board of Supervisors. She understands the dynamics between the two boards. Her hands-on experience with the school budget, which ranged from 62 percent to 85 percent of the county budget over the last decade, will enable her to actively participate in budget deliberations immediately upon election. She has always done her homework before taking a stand on an issue. No problem affecting her constituents is too small or insignificant for her attention. She sees the following issues affecting both Dulles District and Loudoun County: education, waste disposal, transportation, county development and the budget. Darrell E. Rodgers, Sr. (D) 57, of Hickory La., Sterling, is an engineer and land surveyor, and president of Rodgers Bros. & Associates, Inc. He is former president of the Bull Run chapter of the Virginia Society of Professional Engineers. Answer: I have no political ambitions beyond that of serving my neighbors and friends in the Dulles District as their representative on the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors. Having practiced as a professional engineer and land surveyor in the Northern Virginia area for over 30 years, I would bring to the office a knowledge of the dynamics of growth that is germane to the approaching condition here in the Dulles District.