Ray School Board has vacancy

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  The Ray Unified School District Governing Board has a vacancy which will be filled by Pinal County Superintendent of Schools Jill Broussard. 

  The successful candidate will be seated until Dec. 31, 2020.

  Any eligible resident within the Ray Unified School District who is interested in being appointed can apply online at www.pinalesa.org/elections/board-member-vacancies

  The application can be completed online, but it must be printed out, signed, notarized and the original must be mailed or hand delivered before the deadline.  The deadline for applying is no later than 5 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 7, 2018.  You can also call Mark Krumrey to mail you an application form.  His contact information is listed below.

  Please mail or deliver the completed application to:

Tonya L. Taylor, Chief Deputy

Pinal County School Office

75 N. Bailey St.

P.O. Box 769

Florence, AZ  85132

  If you have additional questions, please contact Mark Krumrey at mkrumrey@pinalcso.org or 520.866.6565.

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