The positions of two Manhasset Board of Education trustees will be up for election on May 19, when voters will also decide on whether to approve the district’s $90.4 million 2015-16 budget.
Seats currently occupied by Carlo Prinzo, the board’s vice president, and Ann Marie Curd, who has been a trustee for two years, are slated to be on the ballot. Trustee positions are for three years apiece.
Neither has yet submitted an application to be placed on the ballot. The filing deadline is April 20.
Prinzo, the board liaison to the district’s citizens advisory committees on technology and finance as well as the non-profit Tower Foundation, has served three terms as trustee.
He is a 21-year Manhasset resident who has had two children in the Manhasset School District, one who graduated in 2013 and another currently enrolled.
Prinzo is a member of the district’s Audit Committee. His professional background is in the retail industry.
Curd, who has three children who are students in Manhasset, is the board liaison to the Citizens Advisory Committee on technology, the Coalition Against Substance Abuse, the Special Education Parent Teacher Association and the Tower Foundation.
Curd is a member of the Board Policy Committee. She is an attorney.
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