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Newly elected governing board members will take office at the first organizational meeting of the school board, which must be held between the first and the 15th day of January following the general election. The oath of office can be administered any time after the district receives the certificate of election, but must be administered at least one day before the first governing board meeting.
Governing board elections are part of the general election in even-numbered years. The next election date is November 3, 2020; see reference at A.R.S. § 16-204.
For the purposes of regular meetings of the governing board, the board shall hold a regular meeting at least once each month during the regular school year and may hold other meetings as often as called. The board shall meet at the most convenient public facility in the school district. (All according to A.R.S § 15-321).
All candidates who desire to have their names printed on the General Election ballot must file all required forms with the Graham County School Superintendent during the filing period of June 8, 2020 to July 6, 2020.
This form will only be filled out if you have spent or received a combination of $1,200. These documents should be filed with the Graham County School Superintendent’s Office within 10 days after the campaign’s combined receipts and distributions exceed $1,200. Once filed the committee must file periodic Campaign Finance Reports. (All according to A.R.S. § 16-311.B)
All school district governing board paperwork should be filed with the Graham County School Superintendent at 921 Thatcher Blvd., Safford AZ 85546
See A.R.S. § 16-311 for more information.