North Hills school board votes to retain leadership at yearly reorganization meeting
The North Hills school board has voted to maintain its current leadership through the end of next year.
The board on Monday re-elected Ed Wielgus as board president and Dee Spade as vice president at its annual reorganization meeting. Both appointments are for a year.
Wielgus, 67, has served as the president numerous times since first joining the school board in 1997.
Spade, 72, has been on the board since 2015. She was elected vice-president in September after the board’s vice president, Arlene Bender, died. Bender was a school director for nearly 35 years.
Bender’s seat on the board was filled by Tim Burnett, who previously served on the school board from 2001 to 2013. Burnett’s term runs through the end of 2019.
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