Mauro has also announced plans to run for another term at the helm of the unpaid school board. Hopeful about the outcome, she expressed caution when it comes to claiming victory before the seven-member panel formally selects a new leader.
"I'm pretty careful about not counting votes before they're cast," said Mauro.
"We have a policy of giving board members two years to serve as president and this is in keeping with that policy," she said. "We have a lot ahead of us, especially with the project that the voters approved in January, and I look forward to working on that." ""