Ten candidates will vie for four available seats on the Lawrence school board.
As Tuesday’s noon filing deadline passed at the Douglas County Courthouse, 10 had paid the $5 filing fee to land a spot on the ballot for the April 5 general election.
Among the recent candidates:
• Diane Lindeman, director of student financial assistance at the Kansas Board of Regents.
• Jim Clark, an attorney for the Health Care Stabilization Fund, an independent state operation that assures that physicians and other health care professionals have access to liability insurance.
• Rick Ingram, a professor of psychology at Kansas University.
• Ola Faucher, director of human resources and equal opportunity at KU.
They are among candidates seeking seats now occupied by Mary Loveland, Marlene Merrill, Rich Minder and Scott Morgan.
Board members will take office July 1 for four-year terms.
Other candidates: Shannon Kimball, Merrill, Keith Diaz Moore, Tyler Palmer, Randy Masten, Bill Roth.