The Bernards Township Board of Education will meet this week to swear in three members who were re-elected and to vote for a board president and vice-president for the year — steps that formerly were taken after the April school elections.
However, school elections this year have been moved to the November general election — and the board's annual reorganization moved to January, the same as the municipality's.
The school board's reorganization is scheduled for 7 p.m. on Monday at the William Annin Middle School, 70 Quincy Road, in Basking Ridge.
On Tuesday, the Bernards Township Planning Board — which faces a busy year ahead with the continuation of long-running applications about a proposed mosque in Liberty Corner and deliberations on whether to recommend that the Township Committee approve the Millington Quarry's plan for rehabilitating the quarrying operation once quarrying ceases.
The board is scheduled to reorganize at 7:30 p.m. at the municipal complex at 1 Collyer Lane, Basking Ridge.
The hearing on the proposed mosque is scheduled to be heard immediately following the reorganization meeting.