Cardiff School District seeks administrator


The Cardiff School District recently announced that its board of trustees has approved the process and timeline for filling the seat left vacant by longtime trustee Mark Whitehouse on October 14 at its regular board meeting.

Due to family and professional commitments, Whitehouse resigned his position on the Board of Directors effective October 7, 2021. During his 11-year tenure, Whitehouse served as Chairman of the Board for five years and was played an active role in the adoption and implementation of the GG measure, the $ 22 million school obligation that rebuilt the Cardiff school campus.

The Board of Directors is looking for candidates for a provisional appointment to fill the vacant seat. The successful candidate will hold office until the next scheduled election for members of the Cardiff School District Board of Directors in November 2022. The nomination can be viewed on the district’s website at www.cardiffschools. com. Completed applications will be accepted from October 15, 2021 to November 5, 2021 at 3 p.m. Eligible candidates must provide a full nomination, reside in the Cardiff School District, and be registered to vote in California.

All eligible applicants will be interviewed by the Governing Board on Tuesday, November 16, in open session at a special council meeting at 5 p.m. in the Ada Harris School Library.


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