Results for trustees from across the district are also in for local school boards.

For the Keewatin-Patricia District School Board, the members are:

  • Barb Gauthier as the Dryden area trustee
  • Roger Griffiths was acclaimed for Machin,
  • board vice-chair Cecile Marcino was re-elected, along with newcomer Dave Cornish and incumbent Jennifer Kitowski from the Kenora and Sioux Narrows area,
  • board chair Dave Penney was acclaimed for Ignace,
  • Marilyn Duncalfe from Red Lake,
  • Gerald Kleist from Ear Falls and
  • Darren Head from Sioux Lookout.

Members of the Northwest Catholic District School Board are:

  • Kathy Bryck and Peter Marshall from Dryden
  • Cathy Bowen and James Kulchyski from Sioux Lookout
  • David Sharp from Stratton
  • Don Marquis and Cathy Piotrowski from Fort Frances
  • Teresa Larson of Atikokan

Incumbents from the Kenora Catholic District School Board were returned. They are:

  • board chair Frank Bastone
  • board vice-chair Teresa Gallik
  • Paul Landry
  • Michael Favreau
  • Anne Sweeney

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