Three seats open on the North Salem Central School District Board of Education
Three seats are open on the North Salem Central School District Board of Education. Board of Ed president Deb D'Agostino and trustees Jennifer Binette and Brandy Keenan are all up for re-election this year.
Qualified voters who have lived in the North Salem Central School district for an uninterrupted period of at least one year prior to the election are eligible to run for a Board of Ed position. Candidates must collect 25 qualified signatures in order to file a petition for the May 17, 2022 election.
Board of Education trustees are elected to three-year terms on the seven-member Board. D’Agostino, the current BoE president, has served on the Board since 2010. Binette has served since 2013 and Keenan was elected in 2019. The other current trustees are Kurt Guldan; Andrew Brown; Paul Giamundo and Brian Lange.
Board of Ed members are elected to three-year terms. The term for the currently open seats runs from July 1, 2022 through June 30, 2025.
To date, just one member of the public has picked up the required paperwork to run for a seat.
Candidate nomination packets are available at the North Salem CSD district office. Interested candidates can contact Mary Rhuda, district clerk, for paperwork. Applications are due to Rhuda by 5:00 p.m. on Monday, April 18. Elections will be held on Tuesday, May 17.