School Board President Charles Ballard told Patch in an email message on Tuesday night that as of the close of the business day on Tuesday Stolz had not yet submitted anything in writing to the district about his resignation.
"I am unable to comment at this time on any possible resignation, as Mr. Stolz has not officially submitted anything to the Board Secretary," Ballard writes.
Ballard goes on to explain that once someone submits a resignation letter, the board has 30 days from the date the resignation is formally submitted to replace that member. If the 30 days goes past without the board making a decision, the matter would go to a judge to make an appointment.
"The selection process takes place in public," Ballard writes. "In the past, we have advertised for candidates, conducted public interviews and then voted on a replacement at one of our regular meetings."