Here are the results in brief from the May 15 school board election and budget vote at area schools.

Here are the results in brief from the May 15 school board election and budget vote at area schools.

Palmyra-Macedon
Budget passed with 453 yes votes and 159 no votes.
Three board members were elected: Sharon M. Lang with 474 votes, Christine A. Cole with 440 votes and Bill Toomey with 458 votes. Lang was the incumbent.

Newark
Budget passed with 497 yes votes and 284 no.
The bus purchase proposition also passed with 446 yes votes and 209 no.
School board incumbents will all return to their seats. Thomas Ledbetter received 550 votes, Rob Crowder, 580, and Suzanne Earl, 583.

Lyons
Budget passed with 357 yes votes and 122 no.
Bus Reserve Fund also passed with 284 yes votes and 89 no.
    
Gananda
Budget passed with 224 yes votes and 89 no.
Technology Reserve authorizing to expend an estimated aggregate amount of $150,000 from the Technology Acquisition Reserve Fund in the 2012-2013 fiscal year for acquisitions passed with 241 yes votes and 69 no votes.
Board of Education Election: There were two vacant seats on the Board of Education with two candidates on the ballot. Robin Vogt received 245 votes and was elected to a 3-year term, expiring June 30, 2015; Lisa Finnegan received 219 votes and was elected to a 3-year term, expiring June 30, 2015; and Charles Kemp received 1 write in vote.

Marion
Budget passed with 460 yes votes and 205 no.  
School board: The election for a board member for a 3-year term went to Michele Christie Kuelling who received 392 votes. Her opponent, Kathleen Vendel, received 300 votes.