New N.J.-S.P. School Board Members to Be Sworn in During Reorganization Meeting Tuesday

The North Judson-San Pierre School Board will welcome some new members next week. Last Friday, Gerald Bacon was appointed as Jackson Township’s representative. The township board chose Bacon over Denise Cultice, after current school board member Michael Shireman did not seek reappointment.

A day earlier, the Railroad Township Board selected Susan McCormack as its school board representative, after interviewing four candidates. Railroad Township tried to make the appointment a week before, but it had to be redone because board members didn’t take the vote in public. McCormack was picked over Deb Wappel and Megan Korous. Cassandra Hine was also interviewed but withdrew from consideration.

Bacon and McCormack will be sworn in for four-year terms on Tuesday, during a 7:00 a.m. reorganization meeting at the North Judson-San Pierre Central Office. School board members will also plan for the next school year and make several yearly appointments. They will also pick a new school board president, to replace outgoing Railroad Township representative Pat Goin.