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April 3

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No School Board Election This Year in the Platte County School District

Citizens in the Platte County School District will not be able to vote for Board of Education members this year. “We only have two people submit for the two open spots,” said Tina Zubeck, the district’s School-Community Relations Coordinator. Incumbent Adam McGinness filed to retain his seat, and newcomer Gary Brown filed to fill the empty seat … Continue reading

No School Board Election This Year in the Lee’s Summit School District

Citizens in the Lee’s Summit School District will not be able to vote for Board of Education members this year. Incumbent Phyllis Balagna filed to retain her seat. And newcomer Bob White filed for the seat being vacated by Gene Brixey, who chose not to run for another term. According to Missouri statute, when the number of … Continue reading

No School Board Election This Year in the Fort Osage School District

Citizens in the Fort Osage School District will not be able to vote for Board of Education members this year. The only candidates who filed were incumbents Sharon Dankenbring and Carol Marcks. According to Missouri statute, when the number of candidates matches the number of vacant positions, their names do not go on the ballot. This law … Continue reading

No School Board Election This Year in the Center School District

Citizens in the Center School District will not be able to vote for Board of Education members this year. “We had two Board members whose terms were up,” district spokesperson Kelly Wachel wrote in an e-mail. “Beverly Cunningham’s three-year term ended. And Julie Mattson’s 3-year term ended. Beverly refiled and then we only had one person file … Continue reading

No School Board Election This Year in the Belton School District

Citizens in the Belton School District will not be able to vote for Board of Education members again this year. “We will not be having an election, due to the fact that our incumbents were the only ones to sign-up,” said Kristin Eslick, the district’s communications coordinator. According to Missouri State statute, when the number of … Continue reading

Two Incumbents Will Take Oath of Office to Serve New Terms on Raytown School Board

Raytown School District’s Board of Education will meet Monday, April 9, at 6:30 p.m. In addition to routine items on the agenda, such as considering a Behavior Intervention Support Team (BIST) contract and hiring yearbook publishers, board members have a full schedule this evening. They will attend to annual board organization business and discuss policy and regulation revisions. Incumbents … Continue reading

Platte County R-3 Tax Levy: Voters Said “No.” What’s Next?

Earlier this week, voters turned down the Platte County R-3 school district’s request for an increased tax levy. School administrators said the levy was necessary to pay for expansion to make room for a growing number of students. “We asked the voters a question, and they have given us an answer,” Superintendent Michael Reik said … Continue reading

Krier and Snelling Win Election to Excelsior Springs School Board

Unofficial results show newcomers Terry D. Krier and Troy W. Snelling have won election to the two open seats on the Excelsior Springs School District Board of Education. Incumbent Charles Harkins III plus newcomers Gerald Lewis and Robert Barnes also ran. According to the Clay County Board of Election Commissioners, votes were 567 for Krier, … Continue reading

Casey and Greene win Grandview School Board Election

Unofficial results show incumbent Rachel Casey and former board member Leonard Greene have won re-election to the two open seats on the Grandview C-4 School District Board of Education. Incumbent Donald Fisher also ran. According to the Jackson County Election Board, votes were 445 for Casey, 401 for Greene and 311 for Fisher. _______________________________ Read our … Continue reading

Tittle and Collins-Delarber Win Raytown School Board Election

Unofficial results show incumbents Amy Tittle and Kristie Collins-Delarber have won re-election to the two open seats on the Raytown School District Board of Education. Newcomer Alonzo Burton also ran. According to the Jackson County Election Board, votes were 897 for Tittle, 821 for Collins-Delarber and 414 for Burton. _______________________________ Read our Twitter feed for … Continue reading

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