Incumbent candidates Kim Armstrong and Stanley Haroun have earned their seats back as St. Albert Public School Board trustees.
Armstrong, a three-term veteran incumbent who won her seat back for a fourth term, earned first place with 5,093 votes.
Kristi Rouse, an autism advocate, chartered professional accountant, and newcomer to the race, came in second place with 4,807 votes.
Haroun, a mental-health therapist who has served one term as a trustee, earned third place with 4,756 votes.
John Allen, a newcomer to the race and technical analyst at St. Albert Public Schools, earned fourth place with 3,678 votes
Sheyanne Leval-Crouse, who is newly elected to the position, earned fifth place with 3,652 votes. Levall-Crouse is a member of the Métis community and a community volunteer.
Marcus Hoople didn't earn a seat and came in sixth place with 2,941 votes. John Carle came in seventh place with 2,938 votes and Matthew Jarod Tait came in eighth place with 2,489 votes.