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All members to be elected from odd-numbered subdistricts shall be elected at one election, and all members from even-numbered subdistricts shall be elected at the alternate election. The terms of office of members of each board of education shall begin on the first day of January after their election and each such officer shall hold his office for four years, except as otherwise provided by law.Four year terms of office shall expire on December thirty-first except as otherwise provided by law. Before entering upon the duties of his office each person elected or appointed a member of a board of education shall take an oath to support the Constitution of the United States and the constitution of this state and that he will perform faithfully the duties of his office.Immediately after such a vote, the treasurer of the board of education shall give written notice to the board of elections responsible for conducting elections for that school district that a vacancy has been filled, and the name of the person appointed to fill the vacancy.Each person selected by the board or probate court to fill a vacancy shall hold office for the shorter of the following periods: until the completion of the unexpired term, or until the first day of January immediately following the next regular board of education election taking place more than ninety days after a person is selected by the board or probate court to fill the vacancy.In local and exempted village school districts an educational service centers, except as provided in section 3311.0.056 of the Revised Code, the board of education or governing board of an educational service center shall consist of five members who shall be electors residing in the territory composing the respective districts and shall be elected at large in their respective districts. Notwithstanding division (D) of section 3311.19 and division (D) of section 3311.52 of the Revised Code, this section and sections 3313.03 to 3313.09 of the Revised Code do not apply to a joint vocational or cooperative education school district.This section does not apply to a municipal school district whose board members are appointed pursuant to division (B) or (F) of section 3311.71 of the Revised Code.
Each plan shall provide for the number of members, the length of term of the members and the organization of the board; one such plan shall provide for a board of the same number and of the same organization as the board existing in said district at the time of said election.Such oath may be administered by the treasurer or any member of the board. Notwithstanding division (D) of section 3311.19 and division (D) of section 3311.52 of the Revised Code, this section does not apply to any joint vocational or cooperative education school district.A vacancy in any board of education may be caused by death, nonresidence, resignation, removal from office, failure of a person elected or appointed to qualify within ten days after the organization of the board or of appointment or election, removal from the district, or absence from meetings of the board for a period of ninety days, if such absence is caused by reasons declared insufficient by a two-thirds vote of the remaining members of the board, which vote must be taken and entered upon the records of the board not less than thirty days after such absence.The board of education of such district shall make such provision as is necessary for meeting the expense of the commission provided for by section 3313.04 of the Revised Code, but said commissioners shall receive no compensation. If any plan submitted according to section 3313.05 of the Revised Code receives a majority of the number of votes cast for all of the plans, it shall thereafter become the law governing the number of members and the organization of the board of education in such district and at the next regular municipal election following the adoption of such plan all the members of the board of such district shall be elected pursuant to such plan.The terms of all members of the board of such district who were elected prior to the adoption of such plan, or who are elected at the regular municipal election at which such plan is adopted, shall expire on the day preceding the first Monday of January following the next regular municipal election thereafter.