HUDSON -- The Board of Education elected its two top officers Jan. 5 during the annual organizational meeting. There were no surprises as David Zuro was again named president and Steve DiMauro named vice-president.
Zuro was nominated by DiMauro. There were no other nominations.
"I gratefully accept," Zuro said. "I would like to express my appreciation to the Board for continuing to show the confidence you have in me. And it's certainly a pleasure and honor for me to work with all of you in serving the students of this fine district."
Zuro in turn, nominated DiMauro to continue as vice-president. There were no more nominations.
"I accept the nomination," DiMauro said. "I think we are extremely fortunate to have a productive working body governing the Hudson City Schools."
Both Zuro and DiMauro credited the administration, teachers, students and parents for the district's success. Board time will remain the same
The Board again designated the meetings to be held at 7 p.m. generally on the second and fourth Mondays of each month in the Hudson High School media center.
Meeting exceptions were Jan. 5, which was the annual organizational meeting. One meeting is scheduled in March (March 15) due to spring break, One meeting is scheduled in both November and December (Nov. 13 and Dec. 11).
"The rest of the months would all be meetings on the second and fourth Mondays of the month," Zuro said.
The Board also voted to designate a variety of responsibilities and committee assignments.