Beginning in June 2008, the School Board’s regular meetings are scheduled on the second Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the District Support Center, 3301 N. 23rd Street in Canyon. Notices and agendas of all meetings are posted on the front doors of the Administration Building 72 hours prior to the session, and on our website. Board meetings are sometimes held at different locations. The agenda indicates the location of the meeting.
With the children foremost in their minds, the Board of Trustees’ primary task is to establish district policy. These individuals are elected by you for four-year terms for which they receive no compensation. Prior to each meeting, trustees receive background materials on agenda items. By studying this information, they are prepared to ask pertinent questions and cast informed votes. A school board is a governmental body, so it can take action only by a majority vote. They are responsible for approving personnel actions, expenditures, property acquisitions and sales, school elections, and legal transactions. Their authority encompasses construction and maintenance authorizations, budget approval, bond elections and sales, tax rates, and the taking of bids on materials, equipment, property, insurance and other items.
President – Elected May 2011 – Term expires in May 2023
BS – Texas Tech University
Masters – Texas A&M University
Family includes his wife, Margie and three children. Two children who currently attend Canyon ISD and one graduate of CISD. Bruce serves as a School Board Member because he wants to contribute to the improvement of children’s education and to the community.
Vice President – Elected May 2015 – Term expires in May 2021
BBA Accounting from Abilene Christian University
Certified Public Accountant
Past Chairman of the Board for Amarillo Chamber of Commerce
Family includes wife, Gina, a 1988 graduate of Canyon High School and a daughter and son who currently attend CISD schools. Bill serves because, “I love our community, I love our schools, and more importantly…I love our kids. A good education is the foundation of a bright future, and I’m excited to be involved in such a role to make a difference in the future of our youth.”
Associate Secretary – Elected May 1980 – Term expires in May 2021
MSW – University of Oklahoma
Family includes two daughters (CHS/RHS graduates) and 6 grandchildren.Jim serves because, “Education is the cornerstone for civility and progress in society.”
Secretary – Appointed January 2019 – Term expires in May 2021
BA – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Family Includes husband, Josh, and two children attending Reeves-Hinger Elementary School. Jenni serves because good schools are the cornerstone of strong communities. She’s committed to finding ways to give back and enrich our community and to continuing to provide our students with every possible opportunity to grow and to succeed.
Member – Appointed March 2005 – Term expires in May 2021
BS from Texas Tech University
Randy’s wife is a 1979 graduate of Canyon High. His son is a 2005 Randall High School graduate, his daughters are 2007 and 2014 graduates of RHS. Randy serves because, “I feel a duty of responsibility to give back to the community, and I want people to know how dedicated CISD employees are to their jobs.”
Member – Appointed August 2006 – Term expires in May 2023
BS Degree from West Texas A & M University
Former president of the board for Canyon Crisis Pregnancy Center
Former president of the Canyon Library Board
Family Includes husband, Gary and three children, Amanda, Matthew and Marshall. All are CISD graduates. Linda serves because, “I wanted to give something back to the community that has given so much to me and my family. I am proud to be associated with one of the finest school districts in the state of Texas.”
Member – Elected May 2011 – Term expires in May 2023
BBA in Marketing from Texas Tech University
MBA in General Business from West Texas A&M University
Family includes a husband, a son attending Canyon ISD and a son in college. Katharyn serves on the board because she feels her family is blessed to live in an outstanding school district. “It is our duty to help ensure that the district continues to serve students and families in the best possible manner.”