(Pulaski County)–Now that the holidays are over, interest should be picking up for potential school board candidates in Pulaski County. The Waynesville School District is reporting there has been no recent filing for the two school board seats that will be up for election in April. Three candidates filed on the first day–Chase Foster, Paul D. Shultz the Second, and Randall R. Nelson. Shultz is an incumbent seeking another term. The other incumbent, Jann Dye, has not filed yet for election. No new candidates have filed for the Dixon Board of Education as well. Tammy Milligan, Julie Alexander, and Justin Thompson filed on the first day of the filing period. So far, the two incumbents–Troy Porter and Craig Rivera–have not filed for re-election. Crocker now has two candidates who have filed–Kim Henson and Barbara Walters–who are two incumbents now serving on the Board of Education. In Swedeborg, there is one candidate who has filed for the two board seats up for election. He is Charles Boren, who is an incumbent. The other incumbent, Lee Ann Huey, has not filed yet for re-election. No new candidate has filed for the Richland Board of Education. Jason Pemberton and Michael Williams, who are currently serving, have filed for re-election. In Laquey, there are five candidates who have filed so far–Christopher D. Hendrix, Justin Lonergan, Curtis Hendrix, Susan Stegmeier, and Lorenzo Valdivia. Curtis Hendrix is an incumbent. The other incumbent, Jon Storie, has not filed for re-election. People who are wanting to be candidates in the April election have until 5 p-m on Tuesday, January 19th, to file for office.