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Spring Grove Area School District

Shaping the Future... One Student at a Time!

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School Board Directors are elected to serve a four-year term, or may be appointed to fill a vacancy for a term expiring in November of the nearest election year from the appointment (odd-numbered years – 2017, 2019, etc.)  The following represents the current Board of School Directors and their respective member terms:

Name

Title

Took Office

Current Term Expires

Mrs. Cindy Huber

Board President

02/2008

12/2017

Mr. Eric Cable

Board Member

07/2004

12/2017

Mr. Brent Hoschar

Board Vice President

06/2010

12/2019

 Mr. Matthew JansenBoard Member12/201512/2019

Mrs. Stacy Meyer

Board Member

12/2009

12/2017

Mr. Todd Staub

Board Treasurer

02/2013

12/2017

Mr. Douglas Stein

Board Member

12/1999

12/2019

Mr. Dave Trettel

Board Member

12/2011

12/2019

Mr. Douglas White

Board Member

12/2011

12/2019

 (York County Election Office  http://www.york-county.org/voters/election.htm )
The Superintendent of Schools serves as an advisor to the Board, as well as to respective Board Committees, in matters concerning the School District.   (For a list of committee assignments for the 2016 calendar year, please select the link Board Committees.)
 

The Business Manager serves as Secretary to the Board.  Both Superintendent and Business Manager/Board Secretary are ex-officio / non-voting representatives of the School Board. 

When seeking to express opinions to the Spring Grove Area School Board, interested parties are encouraged to contact the Office of the Superintendent to request placement on the Meeting Agenda for Public Comment.  (District Policy No. 903 outlines the procedure and timeframe for this practice, and identifies comments that are discouraged in the public forum.)  

The School Board may also receive email at the following email address:  SGBoard@sgasd.org

When emailing the School Board, the President or his/her Designee will respond on behalf of the entire board. Individual members of the School Board may or may not opt to send a separate response; however, any such response that may be received cannot be representative of the entire board. 

 
 

 
 
 
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