Board of Education




The Oswego City School District Board of Education for the 2018-19 School Year consists of President - Aimee Callen, Vice-President - Brandon Lagoe, Mrs. Kathleen Allen, Mr. James Bell, Mrs. Aimee Callen, Mr. Tom Ciappa, Mr. Brian Chetney, Mr. Brandon Lagoe and Mr. Samuel Tripp.  Board of Education members are elected for a three year term.

 

July 3, 2018 Education Center - Organizational Mtg
July 10, 2018 Education Center
August 7, 2018 Education Center
August 21, 2018 Education Center
September 4, 2018 Education Center
September 18, 2018 Education Center
October 2, 2018 Education Center
October 16, 2018 Education Center
November 6, 2018 Education Center
November 20, 2018 Education Center
December 4, 2018 Education Center
December 18, 2018 Education Center
January 1, 2019 Education Center
January 15, 2019 Education Center
February 5, 2019 Education Center
February 19, 2019 Education Center
March 5, 2019 Education Center
March 19, 2019 Education Center
April 2, 2019 Education Center
April 24, 2019 Education Center
May 7, 2019 Oswego High School - Public Hearing
May 21, 2019 Education Center Conference Room - Regular Meeting - Budget Vote
June 4, 2019 Oswego High School Cafeteria
June 18, 2019 Education Center Conference

Board Candidate Information

The Oswego City School District Board of Education Members are elected by the public at the Annual Meeting and General Election on the third Tuesday in May each year.  Incumbents whose term of office expire must run for re-election if they wish to continue service on the Board of Education.

Anyone wishing to obtain a petition to become a candidate for one of the these two vacancies may obtain a petition from the District Clerk, Karen Canale, at the District Office, 1 Buccaneet Blvd - Education Center (located in Leighton Elementary School), Oswego, New York or by calling 315-341-2001.  Petitions will be available on ______________.  Petitions must be filed with the Clerk of the Board of Education of the District by 5:00 p.m., April __, 2018.  Petitions must have at least 100 signatures.

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