Iverson led with about 33,100 votes, followed by Castrey with nearly 33,000 and Garland with about 31,500. The next closest competitor, Nguyen, missed out on seat by nearly 13,000 votes.
The district oversees seven high schools, an adult school and two alternative high schools in Huntington Beach, Fountain Valley and Westminster.
In the Huntington Beach City School District, sitting board members Celia Jaffe, Rosemary Saylor and Shirley A. Carey were reelected, with Carey pulling in nearly 12,000 votes, Saylor about 10,800 and Jaffee about 10,700. The three incumbents were trailed by businessman Rob Fishel who took more than 7,000 votes. The district makes decisions for seven elementary and two middle schools.
Incumbent Judith Edwards was reelected with newcomers Sandra Crandall, a retired teacher, and James Templin, a public school administrator, joining her on the Fountain Valley School District board. Incumbent Nicola Weiss appeared headed for reelection Tuesday night, but lost to Templin by about 250 votes.
Crandall pulled in 23.3% of the votes, Edwards 21.3% and Templin 19.4%. Weiss trailed with 18.5%, and retired educator Rochelle Giuseffi came in last with 17.4% of the votes.
The district oversees eight elementary and four middle schools in Fountain Valley and Huntington Beach.
In the race for three open positions on the Ocean View School District's board, incumbents John Briscoe and Tracy Pellman led in votes with special education para-educator John Ortiz coming in third. Incumbent George W. Clemens lost to Ortiz by about 350 votes.
Pellman led with about 11,000 votes, Briscoe trailed with about 9,400, and Ortiz pulled in about 7,700. George W. Clemens garnered about 7,300 votes, and businessman Brian Joseph Rodden came in last with about 5,200 votes.