The position has been vacant since earlier this year.
Board president Latifah Jannah said a bond vote next November is possible.
The suit alleges school officials knew, or should have known about the incidents. It accuses a math teacher who went on to other schools.
Ten students designed a lego robot and proposed a transportation solution.
Buildings and Grounds Supervisor Robert H. Kelley IV alleged custodial staffers were scapegoated and targeted for abuse as managers put off repairs, risking the safety of students and staff.
At St. Cassian School, missed days for mandatory quarantine will also count as unexcused absenses.
She says township attorney deemed there was no conflict with votes.
Still no new details on when the board will add two members to its ranks.
Activists and community leaders point to changing demographics, dissatisfaction with the status quo and Mayor Sean Spiller's role as the NJEA head.
The seven-member board must grow to nine, but rules for the election timeline are unclear. And it’s not known if or when the board might ask voters to bond for big capital improvements.