Addison Central School District voters on Tuesday filled five seats on the ACSD’s 13-member governing board, with four of those spots decided in hotly contested elections.
Next Tuesday, March 7, is Town Meeting Day. Many towns have their official meetings on Monday evening March 6, with Australian balloting the next day.
I am writing to express my support for Suzanne Buck on the ACSD Board. I have known Suzanne for a few years now, and currently serve with her on the ACSD Board.
The Independent posed five questions to each of the nine ACSD board candidates involved in contested races.
I am re-running for the Addison Central School District board as there are many items left to do.
I was thrilled when Ellen stepped forward to replace me on the board, both in the appointment to fill the vacancy and to run for the election in March.
Suzanne takes board work very seriously and is always looking for opportunities to be better educated on the roles and responsibilities of a good school board.
On behalf of the Patricia A. Hannaford Career Center (PAHCC), I am delighted to report that the board has not only offered a superintendent’s contract to, but it has been accepted by Nicole MacTavish.
MIDDLEBURY — The ongoing transition to an International Baccalaureate (IB) curriculum and the potential shuttering of one or more local school buildings are among the issues driving re-election bids by all four of the Addison Central School District board … (read more)