On Tuesday, May 16, residents of the Bethlehem Central School District will elect three members of the Board of Education to serve three-year terms beginning July 1, 2023.
There are four candidates who will appear on the ballot as follows:
Christine Beck of Glenmont is seeking a fourth term on the Board of Education. A district resident for 22 years, Beck is a senior internal auditor for Privileged Underwriters Reciprocal Exchange. Beck is also a parent of three children who are all BCHS graduates.
Ewan McNay of Glenmont is seeking a first term on the Board of Education. A district resident for 15 years, McNay is an associate professor of behavioral neuroscience at the University at Albany. McNay is also a parent of two children: a graduate of BCHS and a current student at the high school.
Holly Dellenbaugh of Delmar is seeking a third term on the Board of Education. A district resident for 16 years, Dellenbaugh is a self-employed attorney. Dellenbaugh is also a parent of three children: a BCHS graduate and two current students, one at the high school and one at the middle school.
Meredith Moriarty of Delmar is seeking a third term on the Board of Education. A district resident for 11 years, Moriarty is an attorney and partner at the law firm of Smith Hoke, PLLC. Moriarty is also a parent of three children: two students at Elsmere Elementary School and a student at the middle school.
Meet the Candidates Night
On May 10, the League of Women Voters of Albany County hosted a virtual Meet the Candidates Night.