NORTH CREEK Only one school district in the News Enterprise readership will have a contested race for the school board elections on May 15.
•Johnsburg Central School: Four people are vying for two open school board positions currently held by Mark Richards and Frank Morehouse Jr., according to Superintendent Michael Markwica. Richards will seek re-election, and Morehouse has decided not to run again. The other candidates are Rachel DeGroat, Tony Moro and Amy Sabattis. These positions are three-year terms.
•Indian Lake Central School: Two board of education positions will be available, the five-year term held by David Harrington and remaining term of three years due to the resignation of board member Brian Wells. Harrington will be seeking re-election for his position, and Robert Lewin will be running for the position formerly held by Wells, according to school officials.
•Minerva Central School: One board of education position will be available, the one held by Lester Sternin. Steve Colletti is the only one who will be on the ballot seeking this five-year position, according to officials.
•Long Lake Central School: One board of education position will be available, the one held by Hilarie Logan-Dechene. Christine Campeau is the only one on the ballot for this five-year position, according to officials.
•Newcomb Central School: One board of education position will be available, the one currently held by Sue Goodspeed, and she is running unopposed. This position is a five-year term.