FINAL Delaware School Board Filings For 2018 School Board Elections

Delaware School Board Election 2018

The deadline to file was 4:30pm TODAY folks!  We now have a list of final school board candidate filings.  Quite a few are running unopposed so congratulations to new (or incumbent) school board members!  There will be some races including a few three-way races and a four-way race in Caesar Rodney! The 2018 Delaware School Board Election season has begun!  The races are in bold.  There were no seats where nobody filed.  The actual election will be on May 8th.

FINAL LIST, last updated  3/2/2018, 6:31pm

Appoquinimink: Kelly Wright

Brandywine: District A- Shanika Perry, Renaldo Epps

Brandywine: District C- Ralph Ackerman (incumbent)

Caesar Rodney: John Moore, William Victory, Tracey Miller, P. Scott Wilson

Cape Henlopen: Area A- Jessica Tyndall

Capital: Sean Christiansen (incumbent)

Christina: District C- Fred Polaski (incumbent), Richard Jester, V.J. Leonard

Christina: District E- Christy Mannering, Keeley Powell

Colonial: District A- Ronald Handy

Colonial: District C- Ronnie Williams, Richard Schiller

Colonial: District G- Ana Viscarra-Gikas, Tanya Kerns, Robin Crossan

Delmar: Shawn Brittingham

Indian River: District 2- Rodney Layfield

Indian River: District 3- Dana Probert, Leolga Wright

Indian River: District 5- Carla Ziegler, Jeffrey Evans, Derek Cathell

Lake Forest: James Parsons, John Moyer III

Laurel: Sabrina Taylor Isler

Milford: Jason Miller

Milford: At-Large- David Markowitz, Michael McKain, David Vezmar

Red Clay Consolidated: District A- Adriana Bohm (incumbent)

Red Clay: District D- Joseph DiMichelle, Jose Matthews

Red Clay: District E- Jason Casper

Seaford: David Tull

Smyrna: Kristi Lloyd (incumbent), Gary Dodge

Woodbridge: Jeffrey Allen


3 thoughts on “FINAL Delaware School Board Filings For 2018 School Board Elections

  1. Hello Kevin, as you can probably tell by my profile, I am an anonymous user. I wanted to collaborate with you sometime and discuss the major issues effecting our schools in the state. I just wrote an article about the general issues with Delaware’s education.


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