the results of the October 7th municipal election now official, the
Kodiak Island Borough Board of Education on Monday welcomed one new member, and
swore in two members who were re-elected.
Ruch ran a write in campaign, winning a one-year seat on the board. Incumbent
Jeff Stephan was re-elected for another three-year term. Peggy Rauwolf, who was
appointed to the board in June following the resignation of Peggy Tuttle, also
won a three-year seat.
board comments after being sworn in, Ruch said she’d be looking to other board
members for guidance.
Transitions 1 :13s “…very
much for this opportunity.”)
was the last meeting for outgoing school board president Betty Odell. She gave
a heartfelt goodbye speech in which she thanked many people in the district and
Transitions 2 :25s “…dedication
to the field of education.”)
Ruch, Rauwolf and Stephan were sworn in the board was reorganized. Long-time
board member Norm Wooten was elected president by his fellow board members.
Stephan was elected vice president, Melissa Borton clerk, and Rauwolf