The North Central Educational Service District (NCESD) has announced a call for Board of Directors. Candidates must file their declaration of candidacy between September 1, 2023 and September 16, 2023.
The following districts within the NCESD are seeking candidates; each term is 2024 – 2028 and begins January 2024:
- District 2 represents Cascade, Cashmere, Entiat, Lake Chelan, Manson and Stehekin School Districts.
- District 4 represents Ephrata, Quincy, Soap Lake, Warden, and Wilson Creek School Districts.
- District 6 represents Eastmont School District and the southern portion of the Wenatchee School District.
North Central ESD covers just over 12,600 miles and provides services to schools in Chelan, Douglas, Okanogan and Grant Counties serving over 42,000 students. The Board is composed of seven regionally elected members.
A person is eligible to be a candidate for membership on an educational service district board of directors if he or she is a citizen of the United States, a registered voter, resides within the boundary of the board member district for which they are applying and is not a school district employee, member of a board of directors of a school district or on the State Board of Education.
Anyone interested in filing for candidacy can contact Dr. Michelle Price, Superintendent of NCESD, at (509) 665-2628 for more information. The elections process will be completely online via the Washington State School Directors’ Association. Learn more and file candidacy at www.wssda.org.
About North Central Educational Service District
The North Central Educational Service District provides a wide array of programs, services and support to the 29 public school districts in the North Central Washington region of Chelan, Douglas, Grant and Okanogan county. The service district provides professional and timely tools to meet the needs of individual schools and districts, and a reliable point of education-related information for the communities served. The NCESD is one of nine respected educational service districts in Washington state.