Bronxville’s Committee for Non-Partisan Nomination and Election of School Trustees (NPC), which is beginning its 80th year of serving the Bronxville community, announced today that it has commenced its 2015-2016 search for candidates to serve as Bronxville School Trustees. An open meeting will be held on Tuesday, November 17, at 7:30 p.m. in the Court Room of Village Hall in connection with the NPC’s process of seeking and nominating candidates for School Trustee.
At this meeting, the NPC will solicit input from the community on the selection of the school board candidates. The NPC particularly wishes to hear what members of the community feel are the most important issues facing the school and what qualifications and characteristics the community would like to see in their school trustees.
The NPC encourages all Bronxville residents to attend this important meeting. If you are unable to attend the meeting, you may email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your name and address. Questions will be selected at random and directed to our special guest panel, Dr. David Quattrone, School Superintendent, and Denise Tormey, president of the School Board of Trustees. They will provide their views on the job of School Trustee and the significant issues facing the school and the Board.
Any resident who is interested in running for School Trustee, or who would like to suggest candidates, should contact the NPC as soon as possible. To be considered by the NPC, individuals must submit an application to the NPC by Feb. 27, 2016. The application form can be found on the NPC website, www.bronxvillenpc.com.
To propose candidates, to nominate yourself, or for more information about becoming a part of the NPC, please contact Chair, Steve Kraemer at 917 374 4897, Vice Chair Jennifer Lescott at 917 608 5342 or you may e mail the NPC at email@example.com.