The Moore American

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November 26, 2013

School board filing open

MOORE — The filing period for Board of Education members will open at 8 a.m. Monday. The Cleveland County Election Board, 641 E. Robinson St. in Norman, will accept declarations of candidacy from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec. 2, 3, and 4. Declarations of candidacy are available at the Election Board Office or and must be notarized by a notary public. There is no filing fee for school board candidates.

The following school board offices are up for election in the annual school election that will be held on Feb. 11, 2014:

· Norman school district No. I-29; Office No. 4, 5-year term

· Moore School District No. I-2; Office No. 4, 5-year-term

· Noble School District No. I-40; Office No. 4, 5-year term

· Lexington School District No. I-57; Office No. 4, 5-year term

· Little Axe School District No. I-70; Office No. 4, 5-year term

· Robin Hill School District No. C-16; Office No. 1, 3-year term

· Moore Norman Technology Center No. 17; Zone No. 4, Office No. 4, 5-year term

· McLoud School District No.1; Office No. 4, 5-year term

· Mustang School District No. I-69; Office No. 2, 3-year unexpired term; Office No. 4, 5-year term

· Midwest City-Del City School District No. I-52; Office No. 4, 5-year term

· Canadian Valley Technology Center No. 6; Zone No.1, Office No. 1, 5-year term

· Gordon Cooper Technology Center No. 5; Office No. 1, 5-year term

· Mid-America Technology Center No. 8; Office No. 5, 5-year term

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