The three newly elected board members were all present at Waterman for the announcement.
Lambdin said that it wasn’t important to him that he received the most votes, and also more votes than the budget.
“I just am gratified that I am going to continue on the board I’m really appreciative to the community, he said. “We have a lot of things underway right now and it’s just going to be really exciting to continue to work on behalf of the district.”
Usdansky Niebuhr said she was looking forward to getting to work with the district.
“I’m honored, humbled and excited. I really look forward to working with everybody on the board, she said.
Huba, who was only elected to one year on the board, said she was pleased with the results regardless. “I’m very excited, very pleased everybody supported to me I’m looking forward to it very much,” she said.