The official results have come in for Elk Island Public Schools (EIPS) new Board of Trustees.
 
The winning candidates are as follows:
 
Fort Saskatchewan:
- Harvey Stadnick (acclaimed)
- Heather Wall (acclaimed)
 
Strathcona County:
- Trina Boymook
- Don Irwin
- Annette Hubick
- William (Skip) Gordon (acclaimed)
- Jim Seutter
 
Lamont County:
- Colleen Holowaychuk (acclaimed)
 
County of Minburn:
- Randy Footz
 
While most of the winning candidates were previously on the board, Don Irwin, Annette Hubick and Randy Footz are new members.
 
"The school board trustees have a responsibility to provide leadership in our school division," said Dave Antymniuk, the corporate secretary of EIPS. "They have a very significant role of governance and advocacy."
 
The new trustees will take their oath of office at the board organizational meeting on October 26 and get right to work electing a board chair and a vice chair.

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