Scotia-Glenville school board names leadership

Normington has now served on the board for two years and is new to the role of vice president.

"There are two main reasons I decided to seek the VP spot on the board. One, I hope to be a long-term member of the board, and this will be a stepping stone for me to get more involved in the day-to-day operations of the board and more exposure to it. The other is the building project. We need to push this along and really keep in mind what we need for our students and what the community's needs and desires are," said Normington.

Normington said the board knows from community forums that district residents expect the building project to be a priority in the fall.

"I want to be able to help push this project along. Improving athletic fields was a priority topic during the first meeting to get comment on a proposed building project," said Normington.

The district will hold a public vote in the fall over the $12.7 million building proposition and athletic field.""

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