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County Board of Education appoints new president
SAN BERNARDINO • The San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools elected a new president to the Board of Education on Monday, unanimously voting for Bette Harrison, who has been a trustee since 2010.
Prior to being elected to president of the five-member board, Harrison served as vice-president for one year.
Taking her place as vice president is Laura Abernathy Mancha, was also unanimously elected by the board. Mancha has served on the board since November of 2011.
Trustees represent five different areas of San Bernardino County, according to a press release from the county superintendent, and their duties include establishing policy, adopting annual budgets, approving building plans, hearing student expulsions and handling inter-district transfers and charter school appeals.
The board meets the first Monday of each month at 601 North E Street in San Bernardino.
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