Lisa Stuckey, who has served on the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools' board for eight years, will not seek re-election for a third term.
Stuckey shared the news with The News & Observer today, a week before the Orange County Board of Elections begins accepting candidate applications. The seven-member school board will see three vacancies this year, including Stuckey's.
Board members Jean Hamilton and Greg McElveen, whose terms also expire this year, have not yet announced their plans.
Stuckey has been the chairwoman of the board for five years, overseeing the construction and opening of three-year-old Carrboro High. All three of her children have attended Chapel Hill-Carrboro schools.
Stuckey's term ends in December.
UPDATE: McElveen, who has only been on the board for a year serving out county commissioner Pam Hemminger's term, told us this morning he plans to run for re-election. Hamilton confirmed to WCHL last night that she will not be running again.