Steven Radosevich, School Board Director representing District 3 in the Ridgefield School District, has announced his resignation from the board. Radosevich has served on the school board for nearly ten years. The district plans to honor Radosevich at a school board meeting next month.
Ridgefield School District now begins a search for highly qualified candidates to fill the vacant School Board Director position representing District 3.
Applications are available online at the district’s website by clicking here: Application for Appointment - District 3. Applications are also available at the Superintendent’s Office, Ridgefield Administrative & Civic Center, 510 Pioneer Street in Ridgefield, Washington. Applications must be received in the Superintendent’s Office by 4:00 pm on March 27, 2019.
A special meeting of the Ridgefield School Board will be scheduled for the purpose of interviewing candidates in an open public session. Appointment of the new board member is anticipated to be April 9, 2019.
The Ridgefield School District Board of Directors consists of five members. Each Director represents one of five geographic districts in which he or she resides.
District 3 boundaries are as follows:
Director District 3 Starting at the intersection of 71st Ave and 304th St.
East on 304th St to 51st Ave.
South on 51th Ave to 289th St.
East on 289th St to 31st Ave.
South on 31st Ave to 10th St.
East on 10th St to I-5
South on I-5 to northbound freeway off-ramp for 219th St.
North and East on 219th St to school district boundary
Counterclockwise following school district boundary to northern crossing of Union Pacific RR. South on Union Pacific RR to Lancaster Rd.
Southeast on Lancaster Rd to 71st Ave.
South on 71st Ave to the point of the beginning
The district reserves the right to extend the application deadline if necessary to obtain a sufficient number of applications.
The Board of Directors is the governing body of the Ridgefield School District. Directors must be a U.S. citizen and resident of the state of Washington; be a resident and qualified voter in the school district; and reside in the director district which he or she represents.