FRAMINGHAM – On April 4, Scott Wadland was elected to the 7-member Framingham School Committee. He attended his first meeting on April 5.
Tonight, April 13, he announced he is seeking election to the City of Framingham School Committee for District 3, which will represent Precincts 4 & 7.
Under the City charter, there would be 9 School Committee members elected by neighborhood or district and there would be 11 City Councilors. Nine would be elected by neighborhood or district and two at-large.
Officially nomination papers for the new City government is not scheduled to be available until May 1.
“I have tremendous gratitude and respect for the voters who recently elected me to the School Committee, and I hope to honor their commitment to me by continuing to serve in this critically important role,” said Wadland in his announcement.
“As a parent of students in the district, former member of the Fuller School Council and former President of the TownWide PTO, the education of our children has been and always will be my top priority. For this reason, I respectfully ask for the support of voters in District 3 on Tuesday, November 7,” said Wadland.
If there are enough candidates a primary election would be held in September, with the final election in November.
All 9 City School Committee members will be elected for 2-year terms on November 7.
Current School Committee members’ terms end on December 31.