HUDSON — The Hudson Board of Education will continue with its current leadership in 2020.

Dave Zuro and Steve DiMauro will continue to serve as president and vice president respectively of the school board after a unanimous vote at the board's Jan. 6 meeting. This will be Zuro's 10th year serving as board president; he was elected to his third term on the school board in November 2017. This will be DiMauro's 11th year as vice president; he was elected to his fourth term in November 2017. The terms for president and vice president are for a year.

Zuro said he was honored to be appointed again as president.

"I would like to thank each and everyone for your support," Zuro said to the school board. "In the final analysis, we are five board members bringing our respective views to the table. I appreciate the views you bring to the table. What makes me proud to be on this board is every single member, without exception, has put the children of the district first."

DiMauro said that he felt "we are very fortunate to have such a good board."

"While we don’t alway agree, we are here to serve in the best interest of the students," DiMauro said.

Other notes

• Board members Tom Tobin and James Field were both sworn in to their new terms. Both ran unopposed in the November 2019 general election for their seats.

• The school board set dates for its regular board meetings. Meetings typically will be the second and fourth Mondays at 7 p.m. in the Hudson High School media center. The high school is at 2500 Hudson-Aurora Road. Meetings are open to the public. The school board did agree to switch the dates of two meetings. The April 13 meeting was changed to April 6, and the June 22 meeting was changed to June 29. The school board's next meeting is Jan. 27. For a complete meeting schedule, visit online.

• The district will issue a request for proposal in the near future for possible uses for the 1927 section of the current middle school. The deadline for submitting a proposal is Feb. 21. The district will review proposals in February and March. For details, visit the district's website.

• Preschool registration will begin Jan. 20. the application form will be posted at on the District, Evamere, and Ellsworth Hill websites. A mandatory screening is scheduled for Feb. 7. Screenings will be limited to the first 75 applications submitted. Applications will be accepted through Jan. 24; additional applicants will be put on a waitlist for a screening.

Children must be 3 years old by Sept. 1.

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