SCARSDALE, N.Y. -- Following the recent School Board Nominating Committee (SBNC) election, returning and new members have begun to identify potential candidates to serve on next school year’s Scarsdale Board of Education.
Over the next few weeks, members of the SBNC will recruit and vet candidates to fill three seats held by Leila Maude (current Board of Education president), William Natbony (current Board of Education vice president) and Suzanne Seiden.
Seiden is completing her second and final term at the end of this school year.
John Spiro is the SBNC chair and Jeannine Palermo is the SBNC vice chair.
At the end of the SBNC season, the voting members will nominate three individuals to the nonpartisan slate in the school board election held in May at the same time and place as the school budget vote.
All Scarsdale School District residents are welcome and encouraged to submit and propose names of qualified individuals to serve as trustees of the Scarsdale School District.
A candidate must be at least 18 years old, a U.S. citizen, a qualified voter and a resident of the Scarsdale School District for at least one year prior to the May 17 school board election date.
Candidates should complete a biographical information form and submit it via email to the Spiro, at firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible, but no later than 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 23.
Forms are available by clicking here. For more information on the SBNC, including the governing Resolution, information on the non-partisan system and a list of the current SBNC members, please visit the SBNC website or contact the SBNC Chair.
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