New Braunfels ISD accepting board candidate applications

Applications for single-member trustee seats for New Braunfels ISD District 2 and District 4 will be accepted until Feb. 14 for the May 2 election. (Courtesy New Braunfels ISD)
Applications for single-member trustee seats for New Braunfels ISD District 2 and District 4 will be accepted until Feb. 14 for the May 2 election. (Courtesy New Braunfels ISD)

Applications for single-member trustee seats for New Braunfels ISD District 2 and District 4 will be accepted until Feb. 14 for the May 2 election. (Courtesy New Braunfels ISD)

New Braunfels ISD is accepting applications until Feb. 14 for the upcoming board of trustees election on May 2.

The positions up for election are single-member seats for District 2 and District 4, which are currently held by Michael Calta and Matthew Sargent, respectively.

Applications will be accepted at the NBISD Administration Building at 1000 N. Walnut Ave. on Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Fridays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. The office will remain open Feb. 14 until 5 p.m.

In order to qualify, applicants must live in the single-member district boundary for which they are applying, be a registered voter, have been a resident of NBISD for at least six months and have been a resident of Texas for at least one year.

At-large positions are open to any resident of NBISD that meet the above qualifications, and each position will serve a three-year term beginning in May.


For more information about applications, visit www.nbisd.org/page/brd.election. For a map of the single-member districts, visit www.nbisd.org/page/brd.map
By Lauren Canterberry

Reporter, New Braunfels

Lauren joined Community Impact Newspaper as a reporter in October 2019 after graduating with a degree in journalism from the University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia. Lauren covers education, local government, transportation, business, real estate development and nonprofits in New Braunfels. Prior to CI, Lauren was a freelance journalist and worked as a college English teacher in China.



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