Two new members welcomed to MT Board of Education


WASHINGTON COURT HOUSE — On Monday night, the Miami Trace Local School District Board of Education welcomed two new members, Lindsey Worley and Bryan McCoy. The board also nominated and elected Jacklyn Farrens as the new president of the board for 2024.

“I just want to take a moment to thank everyone on the board for nominating me as president,” said Farrens during Monday’s meeting. “I want you all to know that I’m going to do my very best.”

Dave Miller, who served as board president in 2023, was voted in as vice president this year. Miller was happy to see Farrens as the new president, congratulating his fellow board member.

The new board members, Worley and McCoy, both took an oath of office given by the board treasurer, Cari Wilson, to signify their loyalty and commitment to the Miami Trace school district.

Worley and McCoy were elected to the board following the retirement of two longtime board members: Bruce Kirkpatrick and Charlie Andrews.

Miami Trace Superintendent Kim Pittser made the following committee appointments: Athletics – Bryan McCoy and Jacklyn Farrens, Communications – Lindsey Worley, Curriculum/Programming Facilities – Rob Dawson and Jacklyn Farrens, Facilities – Bryan McCoy and Dave Miller, Legislative Liaison – Lindsey Worley, Negotiations – Jacklyn Farrens and Dave Miller, OSBA Student Achievement Liaison – Lindsey Worley, Personnel – Rob Dawson and Jacklyn Farrens.

Wilson made the following appointments: Insurance – Jacklyn Farrens and Dave Miller, Finance – Jacklyn Farrens and Dave Miller.

The next Miami Trace school board meeting is scheduled for Monday, Jan. 22.

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