BEDFORD – Noon today is the deadline to file to run for the school board.
Positions available for each school corporation include:
- North Lawrence Community School Board: Districts 1, 2, 3, 5
- Mitchell Community School Board: District 2
Eleven people have filed for the North Lawrence Community School Board of Trustees.
North Lawrence Community School District 1 Seat
- Incumbent Kirsten Collier
- Jason Johnson
- Craig Godsey
North Lawrence Community School District 2 Seat
- Adam Parsley
- Michael Patton
North Lawrence Community School District 3 Seat
- Robert Payne
- Tony “Rock” Fleetwood
- Scott King
- Tye M Hooten
North Lawrence Community School District 5 Seat
- Incumbent Kamal Girgis
- Barbara Miller
Four people have filed for the two open seats in District 2 for Mitchell Community School Board of Trustees
Mitchell Community School Board: District 2
- Incumbent Chris Shaw
- Krystal Shetler
- Christopher Bowles
- Incumbent Cynthia Brooking
Candidates interested in filing for the upcoming school board races for NLCS, and Mitchell Community Schools can now file.
Positions that will be available for each school corporation include:
The following School Board Trustee positions are open for the 2022 General Election on November 8, 2022:
- District 1 – Includes Precincts of Indian Creek North, Indiana Creek South & Spice Valley North. Currently held by Kirsten Collier
- District 2-Includes Precincts of Marshall 1, 2, 3, and Pleasant Run. Currently held by Trent Todd
- District 3-Includes Precincts of Guthrie, Shawswick 14A, 14B, 15A & 15B. Currently held by Bryce Bennett
- District 5-Includes Precincts of Shawswick 12, 13 and the west side of Hwy 37 in Shawswick 7A, 7B, 10, 16. Currently held by Dr. Kamal Girgis
- Mitchell Community Schools – 2 positions, for District 2 Includes Precincts of Marion 1, 2, 3, 4, 5A, 5B, 5C & 6. Currently held by Cristopher Shaw and Cindy Fleener Brooking.
School board races are non-partisan seats, and each board member serves four-year terms. For candidates to be nominated for each of the school board races, they are required to file a petition with the county clerk’s office, which must include the signatures of 10 registered voters in the district they reside in and are running for.