Spring Election

Notice of School Board Election

WINTER SCHOOL DISTRICT

(S.10.01 (2) (a) - Wisconsin Statutes)

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that at an election to be held in the School District of Winter, on Tuesday, April 5, 2022, the following offices are to be elected to succeed the present incumbents listed.  The term of office for school board member is three years beginning on Monday, April 25, 2022.

Office Incumbent

Area #5

At Large -Steve Olson 

Office Expires:  April 2022

Area #4

Town and Village of Winter - Joe Bodo

Office Expires – April 2022

Area #1

Town and Village of Couderay, Radisson, Hayward - Renee Sajdera

Office Expires – April 2022

Area #3 

Town of Draper - Ruth Brad (appointed to fill vacancy)

Remainder of Term Expires – April 2022

New Term of Office Expires 2024

NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, electors who are interested in being candidates for school board at the spring election can begin filing their ballot access documents beginning on December 1, 2021.  Campaign Registration Statements and Declaration of Candidacy papers must be filed no later than 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, January 4, 2022, in the office of the school district clerk or at the District Office of the Winter School District.  Each candidate must be a qualified elector and a resident of the “Apportioned Area” he/she will represent on the Board of Education.  

NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that if a primary is necessary, the primary will be held on Tuesday, February 15, 2022.  

A description of the school boundaries can be obtained from the school district office. 


SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION FORMS

Elections Guide For Candidates

Declaration of Candidacy

Candidacy Checklist

Campaign Registration Statement

Notice of Noncandidacy

School Boards and Board members are uniquely positioned to be advocates for our students.  A member of a school board is entrusted with one of the most important responsibilities that can be assigned to any citizen - that of helping to direct the education of the youth of his or her community.

What is the role of the Board?

School Boards lead and govern the schools and educational programs of our local public school districts.  The role of the Board is to truly act, serve and represent the community's interests. 

How can I find more information on what it is to be a Board Member?

One of the best ways to learn about what is involved in being a board member for your district as well as the progress being made by both administration and the Board of Education is to review all present and past meeting agendas and meeting minutes, which can be found on this webpage.

How can I find information on running for the Board of Education?

If you are a qualified elector and reside in the apportioned area, ballot access documents can be picked up in the District office between 7:30 am and 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday or accessed from the District's website. 

Forms prescribed by the Wisconsin Ethics Commission for the making of reports and statements under the campaign finance laws are available on the commission’s website (i.e. at http://ethics.wi.gov/forms and http://elections.wi.gov/forms )  The clerk will make copies of such forms and certain manuals prescribed by the Ethics Commission available to candidate committees at no charge upon request.

Helpful Links

Wisconsin Elections Commission