Lynch elected as WCHCS BOE president


Camp chosen as vice president during Board of Education meeting

By Tyler Flora - [email protected]



WCHCS superintendent Dr. Tom Bailey presents Dennis Garrison with their certificate of appreciation for School Board Recognition Month.

WCHCS superintendent Dr. Tom Bailey presents Dennis Garrison with their certificate of appreciation for School Board Recognition Month.


Tyler Flora | Record-Herald photos

WCHCS superintendent Dr. Tom Bailey presents Dr. Zach Camp with their certificate of appreciation for School Board Recognition Month.


Tyler Flora | Record-Herald photos

WCHCS superintendent Dr. Tom Bailey presents Jennifer Lynch with their certificate of appreciation for School Board Recognition Month.


Tyler Flora | Record-Herald photos

WCHCS superintendent Dr. Tom Bailey presents Mark Chrisman with their certificate of appreciation for School Board Recognition Month.


Tyler Flora | Record-Herald photos

WCHCS superintendent Dr. Tom Bailey presents Ken Upthegrove with their certificate of appreciation for School Board Recognition Month.


Tyler Flora | Record-Herald photos

Dr. Zach Camp was sworn in as vice president during Washington Court House City Schools’ organizational school board meeting on Monday.


Tyler Flora | Record-Herald photos

At Monday’s organizational school board meeting for Washington Court House City Schools, Jennifer Lynch was sworn in as president.


Tyler Flora | Record-Herald photos

WASHINGTON COURT HOUSE — The Washington Court House City Schools Board of Education held its regularly-scheduled organizational board meeting on Monday evening at the central office. A president and vice president were elected for the 2023 calendar year.

Jennifer Lynch was elected as president after a vote from the school board, and Dr. Zach Camp was elected as vice president.

Also at the meeting, superintendent Dr. Tom Bailey informed everyone that January was Ohio School Boards Association (OSBA) School Board Recognition Month. Bailey proceeded to present all five board members with a certificate to show gratitude for their service.

A total of 77 substitute teachers were approved by the school board during the meeting for the second semester of the school year.

Several athletic supplemental contracts were approved during Monday’s meeting, including Mark Schwartz returning to coach the Blue Lion baseball team, Rick Foose returning to coach Lady Lion softball, and Brian Ream returning to coach Blue Lion tennis.

One change was noted by Dr. Bailey, which was that Louis Reid would be coaching both the boys and girls track teams this spring. Coach Reid has been solely the girls coach for the last 20 years, but will now take on the responsibility of both teams.

The next school board meeting is set to take place on Monday, Feb. 13 at 7 p.m.

WCHCS superintendent Dr. Tom Bailey presents Dennis Garrison with their certificate of appreciation for School Board Recognition Month.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2023/01/web1_Dr.-Bailey-Dennis-Garrison-1.jpgWCHCS superintendent Dr. Tom Bailey presents Dennis Garrison with their certificate of appreciation for School Board Recognition Month. Tyler Flora | Record-Herald photos

WCHCS superintendent Dr. Tom Bailey presents Dr. Zach Camp with their certificate of appreciation for School Board Recognition Month.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2023/01/web1_Dr.-Bailey-Dr.-Camp-1.jpgWCHCS superintendent Dr. Tom Bailey presents Dr. Zach Camp with their certificate of appreciation for School Board Recognition Month. Tyler Flora | Record-Herald photos

WCHCS superintendent Dr. Tom Bailey presents Jennifer Lynch with their certificate of appreciation for School Board Recognition Month.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2023/01/web1_Dr.-Bailey-Jennifer-Lynch-1.jpgWCHCS superintendent Dr. Tom Bailey presents Jennifer Lynch with their certificate of appreciation for School Board Recognition Month. Tyler Flora | Record-Herald photos

WCHCS superintendent Dr. Tom Bailey presents Mark Chrisman with their certificate of appreciation for School Board Recognition Month.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2023/01/web1_Dr.-Bailey-Jim-Chrisman-1.jpgWCHCS superintendent Dr. Tom Bailey presents Mark Chrisman with their certificate of appreciation for School Board Recognition Month. Tyler Flora | Record-Herald photos

WCHCS superintendent Dr. Tom Bailey presents Ken Upthegrove with their certificate of appreciation for School Board Recognition Month.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2023/01/web1_Dr.-Bailey-Ken-Upthegrove-1.jpgWCHCS superintendent Dr. Tom Bailey presents Ken Upthegrove with their certificate of appreciation for School Board Recognition Month. Tyler Flora | Record-Herald photos

Dr. Zach Camp was sworn in as vice president during Washington Court House City Schools’ organizational school board meeting on Monday.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2023/01/web1_Dr.-Camp-swearing-in-Vice-President-1.jpgDr. Zach Camp was sworn in as vice president during Washington Court House City Schools’ organizational school board meeting on Monday. Tyler Flora | Record-Herald photos

At Monday’s organizational school board meeting for Washington Court House City Schools, Jennifer Lynch was sworn in as president.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2023/01/web1_Jennifer-Lynch-Swearing-in-President-1.jpgAt Monday’s organizational school board meeting for Washington Court House City Schools, Jennifer Lynch was sworn in as president. Tyler Flora | Record-Herald photos
Camp chosen as vice president during Board of Education meeting

By Tyler Flora

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