Kewaskum, WI – Candidates that have filed paperwork to fill the open seat on the Kewaskum School Board were interviewed during a Board of Education Special Meeting last week. According to Mark Bazala, District Administrator, the board vacancy was removed from the agenda for tonight’s meeting and will be addressed during another Board of Education Special Meeting on August 23 either before or after the Annual Meeting. A vote is expected to take during the August 23 Special Meeting.
For a list of the candidates vying for the vacancy, click HERE.
The 11 candidates who applied are listed below. Submitted applications are attached.
It was June 30, 2021, when WashingtonCountyInsider.com
ran the story announcing Doug Gonring was stepping down from the Kewaskum School Board.
Gonring was elected to a 3-year term in April 2019. He had one year left in his term.
The last open seat on the board was filled during a similar process by Ric Leitheiser. He filled the seat that opened after Mark Sette quit. Leitheiser then ran for a 3-year term in April 2021 and won.
There are seven elected officials on the Kewaskum School Board and currently one vacancy.
The board is moving to fill the seat because there are no scheduled elections for the remainder of 2021.
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