Board appoints Albany High grad to fill vacant seat
N.Y. (Sept. 14, 2017) -- The City School District of Albany Board
of Education appointed Albany High School graduate Tabetha Wilson to
fill its vacant seat Thursday night.
Wilson took the oath of office and began her term immediately. The
position runs through next June 30. The seat had been open since former
board member Kenny Bruce resigned in May.
Wilson, also a graduate of the State University of New York College at
Brockport, works in child support services for the New York State Office
of Temporary Disability Services.
Click here to read her full resume and the letter of
interest she submitted in July.