Three incumbents are seeking re-election to the Scotia-Glenville Board of Education.
With only three seats to fill, the race is uncontested. The candidates each collected the minimum 32 signatures required by April 21 to be on the ballot for the May 20 vote.
Pamela S. Carbone of Scotia is seeking a seventh three-year term.
Carbone, who was first elected in 1996, has been board president since 2009. She is a science teacher at the Success Academy for Middle School Students, a program for at-risk students in the Schenectady City School District. Her son, Drew, graduated from Scotia-Glenville in 2002. She has three grandchildren in the school district.
David J. Bucciferro of Scotia is seeking a second term. He serves as board vice president.
Bucciferro is the retired director of rehabilitation services for the state Office of Mental Health. He is a member of the high school PTSA and president of the All Sports Booster Club, and received the PTA Council Founders’ Day award this year. He and his wife, Linda, have three children: Erica Bucciferro Flanigan; Bruce, a college student; and Alex, a senior at the high school.
William J. Pytlovany of Scotia is also seeking a second term.
Pytlovany is a photographer, a computer security consultant and a Web designer who created VisitScotia.com. He and his wife, Cindi, had four children graduate from the school district in the 1990s: Erica, Jennifer, Christopher and Amy.