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In Texas, local school board members are elected by the registered voters within specific school district boundaries. In Crandall ISD, School Board positions are at-large positions, which means that each Trustee represents the entire school district rather than single-member positions that represent a sub-portion of the District.  Thus, all Crandall ISD registered voters may vote once for each Place on the ballot.  Each Trustee is elected to serve without compensation for terms of three years each.

The next General Trustee Election for Crandall ISD will be held May 4, 2024. 

May 2024 General Election Information

More information on eligibility and elections can be found here. 

Crandall ISD Administration
400 W. Lewis Street
Crandall, TX 75114

Applications will be accepted from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday, excluding school holidays. The office will be open until 5 p.m. on the filing deadline date. When filing, the candidate will be asked to execute and have notarized a loyalty oath, swearing to uphold the constitutional laws of the United States and Texas.

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Are you considering public service on your local school board? Running for your local school board can be an exciting and at times challenging experience. Resources below can help you learn more about the job of a school board so you can make an informed decision about running. 

TASB resources

Place 1: Stacie Warren: Term expires 2024

Place 2: Justin Strain: Term expires 2024

Place 3: Sharon Long: Term expires 2025

Place 4: Ryan Eskridge: Term expires 2025

Place 5: Amy Barber: Term expires 2026

Place 6: Rick Harrell: Term expires 2026

Place 7: Jennifer Hiser: Term expires 2026