Budget and Candidate Information

2018-19 Budget Information

Budget Vote/ Board of Education Election: May 15, 2018

Elmira City School District
Board of Education Candidates
May 15, 2018

Candidates are listed in the order they must appear

on the ballot as determined by drawing of lots:

Scott Moore
Randy Reid
Ronald W. Shaw

Scott Moore

Scott Moore

Education Summary:

Elmira City School District Graduate-1980
Hamilton College-1984
Dickinson School of Law-1989

Career Summary:

Attorney for 29 years in the general practice of law and over the years serving as assistant public defender, assistant district attorney and Elmira Town Attorney.

Why I want to serve on the Board of Education:

I believe I can make a positive contribution to the Board, students and educators based on my past experience as a board member, father of three district graduates and as a local attorney and business man.

Information provided by candidate.

Randy Reid

Randy Reid

Education Summary:

Graduated from Elmira Free Academy
Attended SUNY Morrisville and Howard University (Washington, DC)

Career Summary:

Spent 20+ years working in TV Industry
8 years as VP and GM of WETM-TV
6 years as owner of Reid Media Group
Currently consults
Business Development Manager at Capabilities

Why I want to serve on the Board of Education:

Serving on the Board for the last 6 years has been an honor. I'd like to continue the great work we started.

Information provided by candidate.

Ronald W. Shaw

Ronald W. Shaw

Education Summary:

M.A. History American Military University 2013
Masters Library Science SUNY Buffalo 1991
B.S. Urban-Regional Analysis and Planning SUC-Buffalo 1987

Career Summary:

Director Chemung Co. Library District May 2010-
Director Lewiston Public Library, Lewiston, NY Sept 2006-May 2010
Librarian North Tonawanda Public Library July 1998-Sept 2006
29 years active and reserve service U.S. Army

Why I want to serve on the Board of Education:

School boards allow the public's will to be exercised. By using the information at our disposal we can make decisions in the best interest of our community that will have a lasting effect on our children's lives. I believe that I can make a difference by listening to the community and make the best possible choices.

Information provided by candidate.

Elmira City School District

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Three (3) seats on the Board of Education are to be filled at the Annual Budget Vote and School Board Election to be held on May 15, 2018. The three (3) candidates receiving the highest number of votes will be elected to three-year terms commencing July 1, 2018 and expiring June 30, 2021.

The Chemung County League of Women Voters will sponsor a Candidate Forum on Tuesday, May 8 at 7:00 pm in the Ernie Davis Academy Community Room, 933 Hoffman St. Elmira, NY.

More information on the upcoming Annual Budget Vote and School Board Election is available by contacting the Elmira City School District at (607) 735-3010.