French Gulch-Whiskeytown Elementary School is a one-school district located in French Gulch, which is seventeen miles west of Redding. The school provides highly qualified teachers and professionals ...more
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FGWS Board Announcement
French Gulch-Whiskeytown School District seeks applicants for Board vacancy
The French Gulch-Whiskeytown School District is seeking Letters of Interest from residents interested in filling a vacancy on the Board of Trustees. The individuals appointed to the Board will serve as a provisional appointment until the next election in 2016.
Registered voters residing within the French Gulch-Whiskeytown School District area of service are eligible to apply. Regular meetings of the French Gulch-Whiskeytown School District are scheduled for the second Monday of each month at 5:00 p.m. It may occasionally be necessary to call special meetings and work study sessions of the Board. Interested persons need not have any children attending French Gulch-Whiskeytown School at the time of the Board service.
Letters of Interest need to be submitted stating why the applicant is interested in serving on the French Gulch-Whiskeytown School District Board of Trustees, pertinent background information about the applicant, and the applicant’s knowledge or experience with school districts or other related operations. Applicants will be interviewed by the Governing Board during the open session of the regular meeting of the Board scheduled on May 9th at approximately 5:00 p.m.
Letters of Interest should be mailed to Moira Casey, Superintendent, French Gulch-Whiskeytown School District, at
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