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King's High School Board of Trustee Student Election

Cursey Adie-Cropley —

Each year in September school boards hold student elections for their board student representative.

Any student enrolled full-time in Year 9 or above, and under the age of 20 is entitled to nominate, stand as a candidate and vote in these elections. 

Standing for election as the student representative on your school board might feel a bit daunting, but there's plenty of help and support available to you. As well as having a voice on how your school is governed, being a school board member will provide valuable knowledge and experience for your future. The term of office is 12 months.

To find out more about coming a student representative you can go to www.trustee-election.co.nz

Nominations are invited for the election of one student representative to the board of trustees. Nomination forms can be obtained from the main school office. Nominations close at noon on Friday 13th August 2021 and can be accompanied by a candidate statement and photograph. These can be emailed to cursey@kingshigh.school.nz

Both students being nominated and the nominators must be current, full-time students from Year 9 or above. Students may nominate themselves. 

The voting roll is open for inspection at the school and can be viewed during the hours the main office is open. There will also be a list of candidates' names for inspection, as they come to hand. 

If you would like further information you are welcome to come and see me.

Cursey Adie-Cropley, Returning Officer