CENTREVILLE — The Queen Anne’s County Board of Education and the Governor’s Appointments Office are seeking candidates to represent the county’s 1st District for the remainder of former board member Michele Morrissette’s term.

Morrissette, who resigned from the position earlier this month after accepting a position as the school system’s health services supervisor, was slated to serve on the board until November 2022.

Candidates must live in the county’s 1st District — which ranges across the northern and eastern sides of Queen Anne’s — and fill out a three-step application through the governor’s website.

Beyond the general application, which requires a résumé, applicants must complete a biographical form and an exemption disclosure form.

The application and appointment procedures are “ongoing” processes, according to Queen Anne’s County Public Schools Public Information Officer Jeff Straight. There is no defined date for when the position will be filled.

For more information, visit qacps.org.


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