There is new leadership on the seven-member Charlottesville City School Board. James Bryant has been elected as chair and Dom Morse will serve as vice chair.
Bryant was first appointed to the seat as an interim member in April 2018 to fill a vacancy left when Adam Hastings resigned. Bryant was elected to a full-term in 2019 in a five-way race in which he placed fourth. His seat is up again for election this year.
Morse was elected to the School Board in 2021 when he placed second in a five-way race for three seats.
“In addition to both being educators, Mr. Bryant and Mr. Morse are also alumni of Charlottesville Schools,” reads a posting on the Charlottesville City Schools Facebook page.
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