Highlights from the Board of Education’s January 9 Meeting

At the January 9, 2018 organizational board meeting preceding the regular meeting, Joseph Shucofsky was appointed as Board President and Kellie DuBay Gillis as the Board Vice President. Both have terms to 2019.

Board member Matthew Hrubey was installed after being re-elected to the school board in the November election and will serve a four-year term through 2021. Mr. Hrubey was fulfilling a two-year term after being appointed in August 2016 when Katie Davis resigned due to moving out of the district.

Mark St. John was also re-elected in November for the unexpired term and will fulfill the two years remaining through 2019.

Joslyn Dalton, re-elected in November for a four-year seat and will serve a term through 2021.

At the regular board meeting, Superintendent Dr. Bill Wagner recognized the members of the school board with a certificate in honor of School Board Recognition Month. “We are so fortunate to have such dedicated members of the Board of Education. We thank them for their commitment and extraordinary dedication to education and to our community,” he said.

The administrative staff presented the Board with an update on the district strategic plan in each area of Learning, Readiness, Resources, and Engagement. Janice Price, Interim Director of Student Services, presented the Federal Grant Review update.

The presentations can be viewed on BoardDocs under the January 9 Regular Meeting Superintendent’s Report:

January 2018 Strategic Plan Update 

January 2018 Federal Grant Review Update 

Mrs. Debbie Tidwell was also recognized for her service as a board liaison to the Polaris Career Center.

Meeting dates and locations for 2018 Board Meetings were also approved and can be found on the Board of Education page of the district web site.

shucofsky and gillis fairview board of education

Joseph Shucofsky and Kellie DuBay Gillis were appointed and President and Vice President, respectively, at the January 9, 2018 organizational board meeting.

Hrubey Oath of Office

Matthew Hrubey takes the oath of office to begin his four-year term on the Board of Education.

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