Hudson City Board of Education will meet 6:30 p.m., Monday, in the cafeteria of Hudson High School. At that time, the board will be introduced to Kim Lybolt, the district’s newly appointed Director of Student Services, hear public statements from each of the four board candidates and take in a presentation on the Alternative Learning Program by principal Tom Gavin. It will also hold a second discussion of the pending changes to Policy 5300, the district Code of Conduct.
Four individuals — including a faculty spouse and a former city alderman — have declared their interest in filling the vacancy created by the resignation in November, of Stockport resident (and newly elected town justice) Jack Mabb.
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