There are four seats up for election this spring on the Seneca Falls school board, and three incumbents have said they plan to seek re-election.
Pete Wormuth is the sole incumbent not running again. He has served on the board since 2004.
Seeking re-election are board President Joe McNamara, who was first elected in 2008; Heather Zellers, who has been serving since 2013; and Cara Lajewski, who was appointed to the board last year after the highest write-in candidate declined the seat.
District Clerk Monica Kuney said the three highest vote-getters in the May 16 election will serve three-year terms starting July 1. The fourth-highest vote-getter will serve two years and 45 days, starting May 18.