Laura Dixon has been re-elected by the Delta school board for another year as chair. (Grace Kennedy photo)

Delta school board stays the course with re-election of chairs

Chair Laura Dixon and vice-chair Val Windsor are continuing in their positions for another year

The Delta school district board of education has re-elected chair Laura Dixon and vice-chair Val Windsor for another year.

Dixon has been a member of the school board since 2008, and has served as chair since 2011. Windsor has also served on the board since 2011.

The chair and vice-chair positions are elected annually.

Other members of the board will remain in their current positions until the election in 2018. These trustees include: Nick Kanakos, Rhiannon Bennet, Bruce Reid, Dale Saip and Fabian Milat.



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