Tighe reelected as Oxford School Board president
● By Steven Hoffman
Joseph Tighe and Mark Patterson were selected to again serve in leadership roles on the Oxford School Board during the annual reorganization meeting on Dec. 4.
During the nomination process, Tighe was the only nominee for the role of president. He was unanimously approved by the board.
Patterson was the only nominee to serve as vice president, and the board affirmed the appointment.
In 2019, the school board will be comprised of Tighe, Patterson, Howard Robinson, Stephen Gaspar, Gary Olson, Robert Tenga, Kristen Dean, Jenifer Warren, and Dr. Eric Owens.
At the reorganization meeting, the school board set the meeting nights for the next year. The school board will continue to hold its regular meetings on the third Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. The school board's workshop meetings will be held on the second Tuesday of each month, also at 7 p.m. All meetings are scheduled to be held in the district's Administration Building.
In other business at the reorganization meeting, it was decided that Owens will continue to serve as the school board's representative on the Chester County School Boards Legislative Council.
Additionally, Owens, Olson, and Warren were assigned to the district's Policy Review Committee, with Warren serving as the chairperson of the committee.