MANCHESTER, NJ — When voters go to the polls Nov. 3, they will be asked to choose four people to serve on the Manchester Township Board of Education.
There three, three-year full terms, and one one-year unfinished term up for election. The Board of Education is volunteer, meaning its members do not get paid to serve.
Patch asked each candidate to answer questions to give voters information about who they are and their stances on various issues. We are printing their responses in full, unedited except for spelling or punctuation.
Here are the answers from George Cervenak III, who is seeking to fill the one-year unexpired term. He is running under the slogan Education is Key.
Previous elective office, if any:
Does anyone in your family work for the school district or in politics?
Kean University – Master’s in educational leadership
Middle school mathematics teacher, Lakewood