Todd Groves and Randy (Randall) Enos were sworn in Wednesday to the West Contra Costa Unified School District board.
The two new members joined the other three board members in unanimously selecting Madeline Kronenberg to take over as board president from Charles Ramsey, who has served for the past two years. After Kronenberg thanked him for his leadership of the school board during a critical period, the board unanimously selected Ramsey to take over the position of clerk.
Groves and Enos were elected Nov. 6, defeating incumbent Antonio Medrano and Robert Studdiford, who was making his second bid for the board.
Final results for the election show Groves with 29.59 percent of the vote, Enos with 28.10 percent, Medrano with 24.60 percent, and Studdiford with 17.33 percent.
Board members are elected to four-year terms. The board annually selects a board president and clerk.
Groves announced Sunday on his election Facebook page that he will be blogging as a board member, opening with a post advancing Wednesday night's meeting.