At a special meeting of the Circleville City Schools Board of Education Wednesday night, school leadership voted to appoint Todd Stevens to its vacant board position.
The board’s vacancy was created earlier this year when a sitting member resigned following a family move outside of the district, triggering the non-residence clause of Ohio Revised Code (RC) 3313.11.
After announcing the vacancy and fielding several very qualified public applications to fill the position, the board moved to approve Stevens Wednesday ahead of their next regularly scheduled board meeting a week from today. The Circleville City Schools Board of Education would like to thank all applicants for the position for their willingness to serve and interest in investing their time to serve our students and community.
For Stevens, he returns to the board of education as a former 16-year board member and board president. As the district looks to make a hire of a new superintendent in the coming months, his experience hiring several school superintendents will be an asset to the board in their search. Stevens’ appointment for the vacated term will run through the end of the calendar year when the current seat is set to expire.
To contact Todd, parents, staff, and members of the public can email him directly at email@example.com.