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Five finalists seek vacant Denver school board seat

Five people have applied for a seat on the Denver school board, which will become vacant when principal Brad Laurvick leaves next month.

Laurvick, a pastor, resigned after being appointed to First United Methodist Church in Fort Collins. His last day on the school board will be June 9, according to the Denver Public School website.

The other members of the school board will publicly question the five finalists for its seat at a special meeting on May 26. Laurvick’s replacement will serve until the 2023 election.


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