2022 Election to Bring New Faces to Baltimore County Board of Education – WBAL TV Baltimore | Team Cansler

VOTING IS SO IMPORTANT. TIM: YOU CAN EXPECT MANY NEW FACES AT THE BALTIMORE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD ON ELECTION DAY, WHICH IS LESS THAN A MONTH. >> THE NEXT ITEM TIM: ON THE AGENDA. THEY BECOME NEW – THERE WILL BE ACTIONS FOR NEW RESIDENTS TO FILL IN DECLARES IN THE EDUCATION COMMITTEE. >> NOT FOR the faint hearted and those who want to shake hands at the conclusion. TIM: JULIE, THE CURRENT CHAIRMAN HAS BEEN ON THE EDUCATION COMMITTEE SINCE 2016. IT IS A COMMITTEE READY TO MAKE IMPORTANT DECISIONS ABOUT TRANSROTATION, SCHOOL VIOLENCE PROBLEMS AND MOST LIKELY THE FUTURE OF THE CURRENT LEADER. JULIE WAS RUN PASSIVE, HAS ADVICE FOR BALTIMORE COUNTY VOTERS. >> THE FIRST THING YOU WANT TO ASK A POTENTIAL CANDIDATE IS UNDERSTAND WHAT THEY SUBS TO AND WHAT THE ROLE OF THE SKILL BOARD IS. AND IF YOU COULD ASK A QUESTION, I WOULD ASK THIS QUESTION, WHAT ROLE IS THE SCHOOL ASSEMBLY? TIM: THESE BOARD MEMBERS WHO ARE NOT ELECTED ARE APPOINTED FROM A LIST OF NAMES CREATED BY THE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD NOMINATION COMMITTEE AND SUPPLIED TO THE GOVERNOR FOR APPROVAL. CINDY SEXTON HIS CHAIRMAN OF THIS NOMINATION COMMITTEE. >> THIS IS A PROCESS THAT IS STILL RELATIVELY NEW TO OUR LANDSCAPES. THIS IS ONLY THE SECOND TIME THE FULL PROCESS HAS BEEN PERFORMED. SO WE ARE curious to see how it ends up with our school board. TIM: FULL BOARD IS SCHEDULED SOMETIME AFTER THE FIRST OF THE YEAR. THERE IS PLENTY OF TIME BETWEEN NOW AND ELECTION DAY TO DEAL WITH SOME IMPORTANT QUESTIONS. AT THE HEADQUARTERS OF THE BALTIMORE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD, TIM TOOTEN, WBAL-TV 11 NEWS. OTHER: THANK YOU. PREPARE FOR THE MIRON ELECTIONS WITH THE MARYLAND VOTER’S GUIDE ON THE WBAL TV APP. WE HAVE DETAILED CANDIDATE PROFILES, IMPORTANT DATES IN EARLY VOTING LOCATIONS.

2022 election to bring new faces to Baltimore County Education Council

There will be many new faces on the Baltimore County Board of Education on Election Day. Across the country, the role played by members of the public school board has attracted attention and public interest. On November 8, Baltimore County voters will be among those going to the polls to choose new individuals for the 12-member board of directors. Julie Henn, Baltimore County Board of Education Chairwoman, has been on the board since 2016 with a faint heart, and it’s not for those who want to cut ribbons and shake hands at graduation,” said Henn Superintendent Darryl Williams, who was appointed in 2019. Henn, who is running for re-election unopposed, has some advice for Baltimore County voters. “I’m saying the first thing you want to ask a potential candidate is if they understand what they’re advised to do? And what is the role of the school board? And if they could ask a question, I would ask that question — what is the role of the school board?” Henn said. Members who are not elected to the board are appointed from a list of names prepared by the Baltimore County School Board Nominating Commission. These names will go to the governor for approval on lands for our school board,” said Cindy Sexton, chair of the nominating committee and president of the Teachers Association of Baltimore County. The assembly is scheduled to be inaugurated sometime after Jan. 1.

There will be many new faces on the Baltimore County Board of Education on Election Day.

Across the country, the role played by members of public school boards has attracted attention and public interest. On November 8, Baltimore County voters will be at the ballot box to choose new individuals for the 12-member board of directors.

Baltimore County Board of Education Chair Julie Henn has served on the board since 2016.

“It’s not for the faint of heart, and it’s not for those who want to cut ribbons and shake hands at graduation,” Henn said.

The Board stands poised to make important decisions on transportation matters, school violence issues and most likely the future of current Superintendent Darryl Williams, who was appointed in 2019.

Henn, who is running for re-election unopposed, has some advice for Baltimore County voters.

“I’m saying the first thing you want to ask a potential candidate is if they understand what they’re getting into? And what is the role of the school board? And if he could ask a question, the question I would ask is – what is the role of the school board?” Henne said.

Members who are not elected to the board are appointed from a list of names prepared by the Baltimore County School Board Nominating Commission. These names will be presented to the governor for approval.

“This is a process that’s happening. It’s relatively new to Baltimore County. This will only be the second time the full process has been gone through, so we’re excited to see how it plays out with our school board,” said Cindy Sexton. the Chair of the Nominating Committee and President of the Teachers Association of Baltimore County.

Full board is due to come into effect sometime after January 1st.

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