Submitted by San Juan Island School District
San Juan Island School Board Director Jack McKenna announced his resignation from school board position No. 5 on Feb. 27. The school board accepted his resignation with regret. McKenna will be missed and the district would like to thank him for his 7.5 years of dedicated service to the students and community of San Juan Island School District.
The district is currently seeking persons interested in public education to fill this unexpired term as a board member. The next election to fill this position will be the regularly scheduled election of November. Qualified candidates will be individuals who are dedicated to quality education for all students. Good communication skills and a working knowledge of local school district operations will also be an asset in this position.
To serve as a board member, the applicant must be a registered voter on San Juan Island. In addition, an applicant may not be an employee of the school district or a member of the state board of education.
San Juan Island School District serves approximately 780 students and 120 employees. Board members are responsible for setting policy and governance direction for the district.
Anyone interested in this position should submit a letter of application to:
Kari McVeigh, Superintendent
San Juan Island School District Office
PO Box 458
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
Letters are due by 5 p.m. on Friday, April 7, and should be no more than two pages long and explain the candidate’s interest in serving as a board member. Candidates are also requested to submit a resume or summary of background information along with the letter of interest.
Interviews and selection will be held at a special school board meeting on Wednesday, April 17, at 5 p.m. at the San Juan Island School District Office located at 285 Blair Ave. Appointment of the new board director is expected to be made that same evening.
The Oath of Office is expected to be held on April 24.
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