If you’ve ever wanted to get involved in the , now is your chance.
The Governing Board of the Campbell Union School District is accepting applications for a provisional board member to serve until December 2014.
"One expectation is that they are familiar with the school district and ensure that the students in our community are receiving the best education possible," said Eric Andrews, superintendent of schools.
Andrews said that the candidate should have attended several school events and know how they operate.
Leaving the position vacant, board member Scott Kleinberg resigned from the board, effective July 15, according to a public notice.
Kleinberg left the school board for personal reasons, said Spokeswoman Marla Sanchez.
The Governing Board will interview candidates and select one to fill the provisional position before September 13.
The provisional board member will serve on the board until the first Friday in December 2014, stated the public notice. A new board member will be elected in November 2014 to take over the position.
Sanchez said that there is interest in the position, as several people have picked up applications.
Potential candidates can receive applications at the district office at 155 N Third St., Campbell. They must be submitted by 3 p.m. on Thursday, August 30.