POULSBO — Beth Worthington was elected president of the North Kitsap School Board for 2015, during the board’s annual reorganization on Dec. 11.
Cindy Webster-Martinson was elected vice president.
Worthington received four of five votes for the presidency.
Board director Scott Henden nominated and voted for himself.
The president presides at all meetings and signs all papers and documents required by law or authorized by action of the board. The president conducts and manages the meetings and is the official recipient of correspondence, and consults with the superintendent on issues such as board meetings, study sessions and retreat planning. The president speaks to the public and media on behalf of the board.
Webster-Martinson replaces Henden as vice president. She also takes over as legislative representative for Worthington.
Appointed board director Bruce Christen was selected to be the liaison to the Port Gamble S’Klallam and Suquamish Tribal Councils.
Henden is the liason to the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association.
Bill Webb, who filled in as president after Dan Weedin resigned, is the liaison to the City of Poulsbo and the Kingston Community Advisory Committee.
The next regular school board meeting is Jan. 8 at 6 p.m.