AVON-BY-THE-SEA — Three candidates, including one incumbent and two newcomers, have won the three available three-year seats on the board of education.
The three candidates who will now serve full terms on the Avon-By-The-Sea Board of Education are Kristin A. Scrabis-Fletcher, Michael Evans and Matthew Johnson.
Ms. Scrabis-Fletcher will be serving her second term as she had previously served one term, where she has served on the educational excellence committee, communications committee and management committee during her time as a member of the Avon-By-The-Sea Board of Education. She has lived in the borough her entire life, and currently lives in town with her husband Mark, and their two children Abby and John.
Mr. Evans will be serving his first term on the board of education. He has lived in Avon-By-The-Sea for two years with his wife Catherine and three children Quinn, Kathryn and Reese.
Mr. Johnson will also be serving his first term on the board of education. He has lived in Avon-By-The-Sea for the past three and a half years with his wife Leigh and two children Lola and Benjamin.
The Avon-By-The-Sea Board of Education has seven seats with two of the seats serving as president and vice president. Ms. Scrabis-Fletcher, Mr. Evans and Mr. Johnson will join William Bing, Laura Davey, Lynn Belletier and Christopher Devoy on the board of education.
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