Clark, Nuzum sworn in for school board terms

Ponca City Now - March 10, 2015 12:50 pm

Ponca City Public School board members Marvin Clark and Don Nuzum were sworn in for new terms of office at the board’s March meeting.

Both Clark and Nuzum ran unopposed in the last election.

School attorney Gary Bracken is shown swearing the two in and administering their new oaths of office. Nuzum’s term runs through 2020. Clark’s term is from 2015 to 2017 since he is completing the balance of the term of that war.

The board also elected a new President, Vice President, Clerk, and Deputy Clerk each of who shall serve for a term of one year. Marvin Clark is the new President, and Judy Throop is Vice President. Mary Ladd will continue as the Board Clerk, and Betty Johnston as Deputy Clerk. The law requires a Board of Education to elect officers from its membership at the first regular, special, or emergency meeting following the annual school election.


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