Wallace, McCombs elected to School Board

Wallace, McCombs elected to School Board
Posted on 05/09/2018
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Current board member, Daniel Wallace, has been elected to a four-year term on the Kannapolis City Board of Education. In addition, retired KCS employee, Brenda McCombs, has been elected to serve a four-year term. McCombs had served as Kannapolis City Schools’ Director of Instructional Technology before retiring in October 2017.

Daniel Wallace will now serve his first term as an elected member of the board. Previously, he had been serving out the term vacated by long-time board member, Millie Hall. Hall retired from the board in 2015 after 37 years of service. She still had three years left on her term, and the board appointed Daniel Wallace to take her place. He now has earned election to the board and will begin a new four-year term in June.   

Brenda McCombs takes the seat currently held by board member, Danita Rickard. Rickard was first elected to the board in 1990 and has served seven terms, including several as Chair and Vice-Chair of the board. She had previously announced that she would retire after 28 years of service and did not seek re-election. McCombs will succeed RIckard on the board and begin a four-year term in June. 

You can read more about Daniel Wallace and Brenda McCombs by reading the articles linked from the Independent-Tribune and Salisbury Post newspapers. 

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