Photograph #1: Photograph of Mossi White

Photograph #2: Photograph of Kenneth W. Clark

Photograph #3: Photograph of Kenneth Matheson

Photograph #4: Photograph of Gayle M. ChandlerIncumbents Mossi White, District 1, and Gayle M. Chandler, District 4, along with newcomer Kenneth W. Clark, District 2, were all unopposed in the race.

"I'm honored to be selected," Matheson said. "I have no agenda, I just plan to feel my way through and represent the people in my district by keeping them informed of what is happening."

White, taking a two-year term, was appointed by the board last fall after incumbent Ronald Bingham moved out of the district.

"I am pleased to have the opportunity to continue to serve on the board," she said. "I'm looking forward to the challenges and opportunities. I will do my very best to be accessible to patrons."

She believes the board has a great responsibility to continue scrutinizing the budget. She says there isn't any fat, but through hard evaluations, shifting funds and setting priorities, the budget better serve the public.

Chandler, appointed to the board in May after board member Glen Brown resigned, will take a four-year term.

"As a school board member, my goal is to represent the patrons with personal integrity, to set policies that will be beneficial to the district, and to provide our children with the best education possible," she said.

Clark also takes a four-year term with the board.

"I think I'll take part on a board that will do its best to carry on the business of the district," he said.

All newly elected board members were against the tax initiatives.