Dec. 26, 2018 – West Bend, WI – Two candidates have now filed papers to run for two open seats on the West Bend School Board as two incumbents have filed non-candidacy papers.
According to Deb Roensch from the Education Service Center said incumbents Ken Schmidt and Tiffany Larson have both filed noncandidacy papers. The pair were elected to the West Bend School Board in April 2016.
On Friday, Dec. 21, Paul Fischer, an elder at Kettlebrook Church, filed candidacy papers.
On Dec. 23, Erin Dove, posted an announcement on social media about her intentions to run. A portion of her announcement is below.
My husband and I settled in Jackson in 2002 and are raising our three daughters here. Our oldest is a sophomore at West Bend West High School and we have twins in 8th grade at Badger Middle School. When they were younger, I spent a lot of time volunteering in different capacities at Jackson Elementary School. I’ve been an advocate for their education and am l looking to the prospect of helping shape the educational environment for other children.
Interested individuals are required to file a Declaration of Candidacy form and a Campaign Registration statement. These completed forms can be dropped off at the Education Service Center, 735 S. Main Street, West Bend (across from Badger Middle School).
The deadline for filing is 5 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2019.
To all qualified electors of West Bend Joint School District No. 1: A school board election will be held on Tuesday, April 2, 2019 to fill two at-large seats on the West Bend School Board, each with an expiration date of April 2022.