DePue Board reorganizes after election
DEPUE – DePue School Board accepted the canvass of votes from the April election and voted to convene the old board on Wednesday.
Superintendent Randy Otto reviewed the number of votes each running candidate received. For the three, four-year seats: Nickole Barto received 218 votes; Laurie Delgado received 239 votes; and Jason Hayes received 249 votes. For the one, two-year seat, Joe Ruiz beat Paul Bosnich III with 169 votes to Bosnich’s 41 votes. The new board was officially seated and newly-elected board members read their required oath of office. No new members sit on the board, however, one seat is open and will have to be filled by an appointment made by the board.
The new board nominated and voted Delgado as board president, Hayes as vice president and Barto as secretary. The board also nominated and voted board member Juan Ruiz as IASB governing board representative.
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