In most school districts, petitions are available now for those planning a run for one of the six school districts in the Town of East Hampton.
Nominating petitions are due back to the district clerks by April 16 at 5 p.m.
In , there are two seats up for grabs. Laura Anker-Grossman, the board president, is up for re-election, as is , who was after in July 2011. Pucci came in third during the last school board election for two seats.
Reached on Tuesday afternoon, Pucci said she has picked up a petition and is filling it out, but hasn't quite decided whether to seek election, again. "It's taken quite a bit of time away from my family," she said.
Anker-Grossman also said she has not yet made up her mind.
The term of John Grant for Board is up at the end of June, according to Superintendent Michael Hartner. Grant, who has been on the board three years, said on Friday that he plans to seek re-election.
In , Kelly White is up for re-election and will look to keep her seat. She has been on the school board for five years.
David Eagan said he is also seeking re-election in . There are three seats on the school board, each for three year terms. The board also has to decide how to fill 's seat . She was just last year.
On the Board for 10 years, Mary Lownes is looking to keep her seat. She confirmed she is running for re-election, though nominating petitions are not yet available in that district. District clerk Cheryl Bloecker said they will be available in her office beginning on March 29 between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Like other school districts, they are due back on April 16.
And, lastly, in , Walter Wilcoxen and Greg Schiavoni are up for re-election. Schiavoni said he does plan to run for another term.
Schiavoni said he will be vying for re-election. Wilcoxen did not immeidately respond.