Democratic Greenwich Board of Education member Nancy Kail has decided against seeking reelection.
Kail is now the third of the four incumbent board members to announce she is stepping down after her four-year term expires at the end of the year. Current board chair, said last week they will not seek another term.
Kail told Greenwich Patch, "I have decided not to run for another term as Board of Education member in November. Although I will miss serving, this is the right decision for me personally at this time. I look forward to continuing my work on the Board over the next several months before I step down."
She added, "It has been a pleasure to work with my fellow Board colleagues and the fine professionals in the Greenwich Public Schools."
The fourth member of the eight-member board who is up for reelection is Republican Peter Sherr. He had not responded to requests for comment. Should Sherr not run, it will mean that half of the board membership will be new to administering to the Greenwich Public School needs. Each party is guaranteed election to two positions, meaning the board membership will be equally split politically.
Messages for Democratic Town Committee Chair Frank Farricker and Republican Town Committee Chair Jim Campbell were not immediately returned.