William S. Hart Union High School District Governing Board President Robert P. Hall will be stepping down from his position on the board as he will be leaving the country to take on a new responsibility within his company.
Hall, who is currently the Director of Human Resources with Advanced Bionics in...
Parent and community activist Robert Hall was named to the Hart School District Governing Board last week, filling an open seat on the board, following the resignation of Chris Fall in August. Hall will be sworn in at the annual organizational meeting on Dec. 11, 2013 for a four-year term.
Hall has resided...
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Advanced Bionics Human Resources Director Robert Hall is appointed to the Hart School District Governing board; Another school board is looking for guidance from the state on whether it can end the lingering matter of a board seat that’s been vacant for several months.
[KHTS] – After about five hours of interviews, the Hart district’s governing board voted 3-1 to select Robert Hall on Wednesday to fill the seat vacated by Chris Fall.
“Relief” was the word that best summed up how he felt after being named to the governing board.
“I do this...
The Hart School District Governing Board is holding its regular meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 16, and will interview and fill the board seat vacated by Chris Fall, who resigned and declined to serve a second term.
The public meeting will be at 3 p.m. in the District Boardroom. The selected candidate will...
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