Posted September 2023
The Montgomery / Rocky Hill School District Board of Education is made up of nine seats. Elected members serve three-year terms. Each January, the board elects a new board president and vice president.
As described by the board of education website, "the board’s responsibilities include: setting and evaluating policy; establishing goals; overseeing that the district schools are well run by the administrators they have hired; and adopting a fiscally sound operating budget for the school district. Board members act on the superintendent’s recommendations, meet with civic groups, and receive input from parents, students, and community members."
Six candidates will appear on the November 7 ballot. They are competing for three open positions on the board, each is a three-year term.
Candidates are listed below.
Please click the candidates' names to link to their profiles.
Respecting Parents Platform
Chief estimator Underground Utilities
English professor (emeritus) Middlesex County College
Psychiatric and mental health nurse practitioner, educator
Champions for Students Platform
Equity officer, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Educator, Plainfield School District
Educator Early Intervention