Three Railroad Township residents are vying for the open seat on the North Judson-San Pierre school board. In order to interview the candidates, the NJ-SP school board members will meet in a special session this evening at 5:30 p.m.
Superintendent Dr. Annette Zupin said the three individuals who submitted a letter of interest by the November 16th deadline are Sandy Kersting Rudd, Ann Dolezal and Megan Korous.
Dr. Zupin previously mentioned that the new member will likely be chosen following the interviews. However, they will not be officially sworn in until the board’s next meeting on Tuesday, December 18th.
As previously reported, the selected individual will take the place of former Railroad Township representative Susan McCormack who had to step down from her position due to a move. The appointee will serve out the remainder of McCormack’s term which runs until June 30th of 2021.
The meeting will be held in NJ-SP’s Central Office Board Meeting Room located at 801 Campbell Drive.