The field of candidates vying for two seats on the Maple School Board narrowed to four following the Tuesday, Feb. 16 primary.

Incumbent Adam Landwehr and newcomers Shannon Grayson, Shari Olson and Chris Schultz will move on to the April 6 election. Incumbent Rachel Zwicky, who is finishing her first term on the board, will not.

Retired educator Olson was the top vote-getter with 503 votes, followed by Landwehr, a business owner finishing up his first term on the board, with 277.

Grayson, a former staff sergeant with the 148th Fighter Wing of the Air National Guard, received 200 votes.

Retired educator and administrator Schultz received 189 and Zwicky, a business owner, received 143. The results were officially canvassed by the district Thursday, Feb. 18.

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