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Walla Walla School Board Member Resigning in August

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WALLA WALLA, Wash. - Walla Walla Public Schools Board of Directors has approved the resignation of school board member Max Carrera during Tuesday's director's meeting.

Carrera will resign his seat effective August 1, 2013.

Carrera is currently serving year two of his second four-year term. He is chairing the Lincoln High School Location and Facility Committee and wants to conclude this work before his time on the school board is completed.

Carrera says additional demands on his time, personally and professionally, as factors for needing to resign his position.
 
The Board of Directors will begin a process August 2, 2013 to appoint a person to complete Carrera's term. The school board has 90 days to complete this process. Application forms and additional details on the appointment process will be made available August 2.

The newly appointed director will then stand for election November 2015.
 

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