Voters may decide fate of Ontario schools director who resigned as censure loomed

Draper, second from right, speaks at a board meeting. (The Enterprise/File)

ONTARIO – Voters may end up sending Derrick Draper back to the Ontario School Board despite his surprise resignation last week.

Draper quit the board during an executive session of the school board, ahead of a vote that censured and condemned him for his conduct towards Superintendent Nikki Albisu.

Draper’s term expires June 30, but he filed for re-election and he had to remove his name from contention by March 18.

He . . .