Brad Evers, who has been a member of the Centerville Board of Education since 1996, has resigned from the board for personal reasons, effective immediately.
“I have thoroughly enjoyed my 21 plus years on the board,” Evers said. “I have had the privilege to work with some of the best people that I have ever known, and I wish everyone connected with our great school district all the best.”
The Centerville Board of Education is comprised of five elected resident citizens and is the governing body of the school district. The other four members include President Clara Osterhage, Vice President David Roer, Annie Self and Jeff Shroyer.
Evers’ seat is up for election this November. The remaining board members are seeking qualified and interested candidates to fill his position through the end of 2017. In accordance with board policy, applicants should be residents of Centerville-Washington Township and must submit written notice of their interest by April 19 to Mitch Biederman, Treasurer, 111 Virginia Ave., Centerville, OH 45458. The board will interview candidates and fill the vacancy by a majority vote.
Centerville City Schools serve more than 8,100 students in Centerville and Washington Township in southwest Ohio, offering a variety of educational programs to a diverse student population. The district operates 13 school buildings, as well as two preschools and a bus facility accommodating and servicing more than 100 buses. Visit www.centerville.k12.oh.us for more information.