MUSTANG — The Mustang School Board in a special meeting this week voted to appoint Jim Davis to serve as a board member in Office Seat No. 1 until a February election is held.
Board members in a Thursday night meeting selected Davis to replace Board President Maxine Morris, who died recently.
Davis is expected to be sworn in at Monday night's regular meeting. The board meets at 7 p.m. in the Mustang Education Center, 400 N Clear Springs Road.
Davis will serve at least until a February election. If he runs and is elected then, he'll serve a five-year term. The filing period for the position will be in December.
Also on the agenda is a possible vote to terminate a maintenance worker, as well as to accept a handful of resignations and retirements. The board also may vote on hiring five certified teachers and a number of other personnel.
Board members also are being asked to approve courses offered at Canadian Valley Technology Center to count toward graduation credit for students of Mustang High School. All courses are taught by certified teachers in their subject areas at the technology center, according to the board's agenda.