Four candidates are seeking three open seats on the Scotia-Glenville school board, including two incumbents.
Pamela S. Carbone is seeking her ninth term on the board and David Bucciferro is seeking his fourth term.
Kimberly A. Boucher Furnish, who works as an assistant counsel for the state Department of Taxation and Finance, is seeking a seat on the board. Furnish has lived in the district for 12 years and has been active on the Sacandaga PTA and in youth sports. She and her husband, Mark, have a sixth grade son,
Rick Frederick, a data scientists at insurance company Assurant Inc., is looking to win a seat to the board as well. Frederick and his wife, Sandy, have three children, ages six, four and two. He serves on the Glen-Worden PTA and is also involved in youth sports.