DARIEN — After an uncontested race, Christa McNamara, Tara Ochman and D. Jill McCammon were elected to the three open seats on the Darien Board of Education.

McNamara, an incumbent, received the most votes with 7,676. McCammon got 6,869 votes and Ochman received 4,171 votes.

This will be McNamara’s second term on the board. The Republican was elected in 2013 and worked with the special education services board and administration to fine tune how special education services are delivered to the community, as well as assisting with the hiring of Superintendent Dr. Dan Brenner. McNamara previously served on the Representative Town Meeting, the Education Committee and the Parent Teacher Organization at Royale School. She and her husband have three children and have lived in Darien for 14 years.

McCammon, the other Republican candidate, will be serving her first term on the board. She was previously on the Council of Darien School Parents and is the mother of four boys under age nine, three of whom currently attend Tokeneke School. She and her husband moved to Darien in 2007.

A Democrat, Ochman also served the CDSP in various positions. On a similar note, she was also a part of the PTO for seven years. She has three children in Darien Public Schools and moved to town with her family 10 years ago.

All three board members started their new three-year terms at the Darien Board of Education meeting on Nov. 9.

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