Colonel Crawford Board of Education

The 2021 Colonel Crawford Board of Education includes: From left: Gordon Grove - Board Member, Brad McKibben - Board President, Scott Rike - Board Member, Margie Hoyles - Board VP, Norm Huber - Board Member, Vickey Stump - Treasurer, and Todd Martin - Superintendent

NORTH ROBINSON – The Colonel Crawford School Board had its annual organizational meeting on Monday, and Brad McKibben was appointed President, and Margie Hoyles was appointed Vice President.

McKibben has been on the board since 2016 and is a local pastor and insurance agent. Margie Hoyles has served on the board since 2015 and is a retired administrative assistant. The other board members are Gordon Grove, a retired fireman, Norm Huber, a retired teacher, and Scott Rike, a State Highway Patrolman.

The board set up the following Organizational Standing Committees for 2021:

● Finance – Brad McKibben and Gordon Grove.

● Legislative Liaison – Scott Rike and Brad McKibben.

● Negotiations and Personnel – Scott Rike and Norm Huber.

● School Facilities and Buildings & Grounds – Norm Huber and Margie Hoyles.

● Board Policy Review – Margie Hoyles and Gordon Grove.

The board also approved the meeting dates for 2021 as follows: Jan. 25, Feb. 22, March 22, April 26, May 24, June 21, July 26, Aug. 23, Sept. 27, Oct. 25, Nov. 22, and Dec. 20. The meetings will be held in the PreK-12 Building Media Center.

Superintendent Todd Martin said, 2021 is looking bright.

“I am very fortunate, as a superintendent, to be working with such a wonderful board," Martin said. "Each member has a long history with the district and is very familiar with the Eagle community. As a team, we are eager to see what we can accomplish in 2021.”

Colonel Crawford Local Schools provides education to over 900 students from preschool through 12th grade. The district offers a curriculum with a wide range of electives and comprehensive courses of study in college preparatory, vocational and physical education programs.

The district’s mission is to enable students to grow academically and socially by providing a safe, positive and challenging learning environment.

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