Gloucester Township School Board Reorganization Meeting Monday | #Education

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP, NJ — Linda Gilch will return to the Gloucester Township K-8 Board of Education when the board meets for its annual reorganization meeting Monday night. The meeting will take place at 6 p.m. at the Glen Landing Middle School.

Gilch, who previously served on the board for 16 years, ran for election to both the local board and the Black Horse Pike Regional Board of Education in November.

She was the leading vote-getter in the local district, with 6,019 votes, according to the official results posted on Camden County’s website.

Three seats were open, and incumbent Anthony Marks was successful in his bid for re-election. Kia Lipscomb was also elected to the board, but incumbent Brian Hammell finished fifth in the nine-person field.

Marks was second with 4,891 votes, followed by Lipscomb with 4,715 votes. Tamika Harvey was fourth with 4,472 votes, and Hammell had 4,424 votes.

The school board will also vote on who will be president and vice president, and who will represent the board in the New Jersey School Boards Association and the Camden County School Boards Association.

Glen Landing Middle School is located at 85 Little Gloucester Road in the Blackwood section of the township. To view the full agenda, visit

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