NEWTOWN SQUARE–Two school board directors may be suddenly resigning from the Marple Newtown School Board.
The Board may be accepting two different resignations at Tuesday night's Marple Newtown School Board meeting, informed an inside source in the district.
According to the source, those two members include 2011 elected school board director Jamie Mariano and 2011 re-elected school board director Fred Dewey.
The reason behind the supposed resignations are mostly due to personal reasons, according to the source.
Marple Newtown Patch did not receive a call back from MNSD Board Attorney Mark Sereni.
Last month, the Board reorganized with Kathryn Chandless as the new president of school board directors and Nancy Galbraith was re-appointed as vice president. Along with Galbraith, school board directors David McGinley and John McDevitt had verbally stated they would not be running for re-election next year.
Chandless and school board director Jim Lanzalotto's seats are the remaining two seats up for re-election next year. Should the two school board members choose to resign Tuesday night, that would leave two vacant seats up for grabs for interim school board members in addition to the five, full-term seats up for re-election next year.