Shaw, who works as the fire chief of Solon, has served the board since 2004 and is the board president.
Shaw, 53, cites fiscal management as a skill he hopes to continue on the board.
“We have been able to stretch a five-year emergency levy to now 10 years,” he wrote. “We have been able to stay within our means, provide excellent education without a tax increase.”
Shaw lists technology for the school as another priority as well as coming up with creative solutions to provide quality education without asking for public dollars.
In addition to serving on the board, he also served one year on the State of Ohio Oversight board to Mentor Schools.
Caitlin Fertal, The News-Herald article Oct. 3