Residents who live in Edmond Public Schools district No. 1 made their selection on Tuesday, April 6, for an open seat on the school board. Lee Ann Kuhlman was selected to serve as the board member representing district No. 1. All election results are unofficial until certified by the Oklahoma County Election Board.
Kuhlman has served on the board for 10 years. Her appointment will run through 2026. Once results are certified, she will be sworn in at the next school board meeting.
“What an honor to be able to serve Edmond’s students, staff, parents, and community for another five years,” Kuhlman said. “I am humbled by the support I received and look forward to working to continue the excellence for which Edmond Public Schools is known. Each of you makes a difference and have my gratitude for your contributions to our district’s continued success.”
Prior to serving on the board, Kuhlman was an educator in the classroom. She retired from Central Middle School in Edmond where she taught Family and Consumer Science for 14 years.
Edmond’s school board has five members, one from each election district who serve a five-year term. One board member’s term expires each year. The current school board members are Lee Ann Kuhlman, Seat No. 1; Kathleen Duncan, Seat No. 2; Jamie Underwood, Seat No. 3; Cynthia Benson, Seat No. 4; and Meredith Exline, Seat No. 5. Board seats are voluntary and board members receive no salary.
Where is District #1?
Boundary lines for District No.1 can be found here.
To be eligible to be a member of the Board of Education a candidate must live in the district, be a registered voter in the district, have a high school diploma or equivalency, and not have any felony convictions or misdemeanor convictions involving embezzlement. In addition, a candidate may not be employed by the district or have immediate family members employed by the district.