Steve Auld selected to fill WUSD Governing Board seat vacated by Herman Nixon
Coconino County Superintendent of Schools has announced that Williams resident Steve Auld has been selected to fill the vacant seat on the Williams Unified School District Governing Board.
Auld will fill the remaining term of Herman Nixon who resigned last month.
Auld stepped into the position Oct. 18.
On Nov. 8, voters will select two people to fill the two four-year term governing board seats. Candidates for those seats include Julia Pearson, Larry Schug and John Romero.
At Maine Consolidated School District, Jerome Larson, Candy Morgan and Kodi Mortensen are running for two four-year seats on the governing board.
Amanda Gordon, Scott McClung and Zachary Tamburello are running for the three two-year seats on the board.
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