There will be two JPS board seats on the May 21 ballot, each for a three-year term, beginning July 1, 2019. Those two seats are currently held by board members Patrick Slagle and Joe Pawelski.
School board candidates must submit a completed petition containing the names of 100 or more qualified voters within the school district to be eligible for the May 21 ballot. Petitions are due back to the Superintendent’s Office on Wednesday, May 1.
Any questions about the Board of Education petition process, voter registration or absentee voting applications can be directed to 483-4420.