BRONXVILLE, N.Y. -- Bronxville’s Non-Partisan Committee for the Nomination and Election of School Trustees (NPC) has begun its 2014 search for candidates for the Board of Education.
An open meeting will be held at the library, 201 Pondfield Road, on Tuesday, Jan. 28 to solicit input from the community on the selection of school board candidates.
The NPC particularly wishes to hear what residents feel are the most important issues facing the school and what qualifications and characteristics the community would like to see in their school trustees.
If you are unable to attend the meeting, email your questions here. You must include your name and address, as anonymous questions will not be accepted. Questions will be selected at random.
Any resident interested in running for school trustee, or who would like to suggest candidates, should contact the NPC as soon as possible.
Individuals must submit an application by Friday, Feb. 28 to be considered.
During March, evaluations of each applicant will include interviews and reference checks.
On April 1, the NPC will meet to nominate one candidate for each open seat on the school board to be placed on the ballot in the districtwide election.
The community will have the opportunity to meet with the nominated candidates at a reception at the Bronxville Library on Tuesday, April 29 at 7:30 p.m.
To propose candidates, to nominate yourself, or for more information about becoming a part of the NPC, please contact Anne Cox at 914-771-5413 or email her. You can also call Won Young Giuriceo at 914-346-5389.
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