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If the board of any such district fails to district or redistrict such city school district, then the superintendent of public instruction shall forthwith district or redistrict such city school district, subject to sections 3313.01 to 3313.13, inclusive, of the Revised Code. This section and sections 3313.05 to 3313.08 of the Revised Code do not apply to any municipal school district until after the referendum required in such district by section 3311.73 of the Revised Code.
If, at any time, a petition signed by ten per cent of the electors in any city district is filed with the treasurer of the board of education of such district asking that the question, "what shall be the number of members and what shall be the organization of the board of education of such district," be submitted to the electors thereof, such board of education shall within thirty days after the filing of such petition provide by resolution for submitting such question to the electors of such district.
Said plans shall be submitted to the electors of said district on a separate ballot, bearing no party designation and in such form as said commission determines.
A certified copy of the resolution determining such form shall be transmitted by said commission to the proper election authorities a sufficient length of time prior to said election to enable the ballot therefor to be prepared. Provisions shall be made by the board of elections for the preparation of the ballots for the holding of the election as provided in section 3313.05 of the Revised Code, and said election shall be conducted in all respects not specifically provided for in sections 3313.04 to 3313.07, inclusive, of the Revised Code, in a manner prescribed by general law for school elections.
At that election, a special election to fill the vacancy shall be held in accordance with laws controlling regular elections for board of education members, except that no such special election shall be held if the unexpired term ends on or before the first day of January immediately following that regular board of education election.
The term of a person chosen at a special election under this section shall begin on the first day of January immediately following the election, and the person shall serve for the remainder of the unexpired term.
All members to be elected from odd-numbered subdistricts shall be elected at one election, and all members from even-numbered subdistricts shall be elected at the alternate election. The terms of office of members of each board of education shall begin on the first day of January after their election and each such officer shall hold his office for four years, except as otherwise provided by law.
Four year terms of office shall expire on December thirty-first except as otherwise provided by law. Before entering upon the duties of his office each person elected or appointed a member of a board of education shall take an oath to support the Constitution of the United States and the constitution of this state and that he will perform faithfully the duties of his office.
In city school districts containing, according to the last federal census, a population of fifty thousand or more, but less than one hundred fifty thousand persons, the board shall consist of not less than two nor more than seven members elected at large and not more than two members elected from subdistricts by the qualified electors of their respective subdistricts.
All members elected at said regular municipal election following the adoption of such plan shall take office on the first Monday of January next following their election and shall hold office during such term as is provided by such plan adopted by the electors of said district, but no term shall be for less than two years. If the number of members of a board of education of any city school district to be elected at large as fixed by section 3313.02 of the Revised Code is even, one half thereof shall be elected in the year preceding, and the remaining one half in the year following the calendar year divisible by four.
If such number is odd, one half of the remainder, after diminishing the number by one, shall be elected in the year preceding, and the remaining number shall be elected in the year following the calendar year divisible by four.
(B) The board of education of any city, local, or exempted village school district may provide by resolution for compensation of its members, provided that such compensation shall not exceed one hundred twenty-five dollars per member for meetings attended.
No member of a school district board of education shall receive in compensation under this division a total amount greater than five thousand dollars per year for service on the board of education. Except as otherwise provided in this section, no prosecuting attorney, city director of law, or other official acting in a similar capacity shall be a member of a board of education.