Salem school board begins process to fill vacancy
Salem — Due to a vacancy created in Tuesday's election, the Salem Board of Education is seeking applications for the remaining full-term seat.
The vacancy begins Nov. 18, and applications will be accepted until Dec. 2.
Candidates will be selected for interviews, which will be conducted in executive session at the board's Dec. 7 meeting. Final decisions will then be made during a special meeting on Dec. 14.
Applications are available on the district homepage under "Site Shortcuts" or by contacting Jennifer Kayser in the Superintendent's Office at (860) 892-1223 x 3201 or email@example.com.
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