Our School Board Represents You

    The North Beach School Board of Directors is made up of five community members, one from each geographic region of the district.  Board members are elected to their district positions for a term of four years by the community at large.
    • Citizens of the United States of America
    • Legal resident of Washington State
    • At least 18 years old by election day
    • Registered to vote within the North Beach School District attendance area
    • Registered to vote within the director district they wish to represent 
    Each board member in the North Beach School District represents one of five geographic regions. Below is a map of of the school district boundaries and each director district boundaries.  (For a clearer view of the maps, please scroll down to the PDF versions)
    North Beach School District
    North Beach School district boundaries map
    Director District 1
    Director District 1 Boundaries
    Director District 2
    Director District 2 map
    Director District 3
    Director District 3 map
    Director District 4
    Director District 4
    Director District 5
    Director District 5
    If you would like to view the legal descriptions of the boundaries, please download the North Beach School District Boundaries Legal Descriptions.
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    How often does the School Board meet?
    Board meetings are typically the third Tuesday of each month.  On occasion, there may be a need for Special meetings during a month.
    What is the time commitment to be a board member?
    In addition to the regular Board meetings, members can expect to participate in other functions, such as school visits, community meetings and graduation exercises.  Prospective candidates are encouraged to contact a member of the current board of directors to ask what the experience is like and what is involved to receive direct information. 
    How long is a school board member's term?
    School Board members are elected to a term of four years.
    What is the primary election process?
    Primary elections are used to narrow the field of candidates before the general election.  The primary election is held on the first Tuesday of August.  However, if no more than two people file for a board position, there is no primary election for that position.
    What are the general election procedures?
    The general election is held on the first Tuesday in November.  After the county elections officer certifies the elections results, the newly elected Board member(s) take office at the next official board meeting.
    How are vacancies filled when a Board member leaves prior to the end of his or her term?
    In case of a Board vacancy, the remaining Board members will appoint someone to fill the vacancy until the next regularly scheduled Board election, at which time a director will be elected for the unexpired term, if any. 
    The Washington State School Directors' Association (WSSDA) has developed a flyer to inform potential board candidates of both how to file for candidacy and where to get more information about school board service.