Voters in the Williamsburg School District have two candidates on the ballot this November for two school board seats. Shelly Nooe and Beth McManus, both current members of the board, are running unopposed to remain on the school board and help continue what they said has been years of progress in the district.
McManus, a graduate of Williamsburg Schools and 27-year resident of the district, said that the last four years have been good ones for Williamsburg.
“I think, over the past four years, there have been a lot of positive changes and I have been a part of that team,” said McManus. “We have a new school resource officer, we just got out of fiscal watch, we’ve implemented new programs like the full-day kindergarten. These are not all my ideas, but I bring a lot of ideas to the table. Over the last four years, we’ve had a good run.”