“Thank you for allowing me to do this. It is a labor of love,” Wells said in her speech.
Wells was presented with an award for her service and a letter jacket.
Wells has been on the KISD school board for 15 years and Lawler has served on the board for 12 years.
Adams, a retired teacher and principal, replaced Wells, after winning a solid majority of the vote in the May 7 election. Adams beat her opponent, Gerald Dreher, by 2,258 votes.
It was a close race, but Mintz managed to clinch the Place 3 seat against opponent Lena Barr by 241 votes, with 2,877 voters casting ballots in his favor and 2,636 voting for his opponent.