(CENTREVILLE) – The St. Joseph County Intermediate School District is looking to fill a vacancy on their Board of Education.
Board Vice President Mike Bosma passed away recently, creating an opening on the Board. He was also a member of the Three Rivers Schools Board of Education.
ISD Superintendent Dr. Teresa Belote explains who they are looking for the fill this seat. LINKC.
Belote shares how long the person would serve on the ISD Board of Education if they are selected. LINKD.
To find out more information on this position and how to send in your name and information for consideration, you can go to the ISD website which. LINKA.
Anyone who lives in the County is eligible to apply, with the exception of voters in the Sturgis School District. No more that two members of the ISD Board shall be from the same school district and currently there are two from the Sturgis School District on the ISD Board.
Letters and resumes must be submitted by 4 PM on October 16. Belote says interviews will be conducted during the October 21 ISD Board meeting.
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