Bice stands in the front of the Board conference room after a meeting.

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Bice stands in the front of the Board conference room after a meeting.

Cynthia Bice (Incumbent)

Q: How long have you been in the district?

A: Since the ‘80s, I moved away and came back. So, for a total of 15 years.

Q: Why do you want to serve on the Board?

A: Once I received my doctorate in education, I felt strongly about the obligation to give back to the community. Since I served in such a broad range of education, I’ve just worked in so many positions in the past 30 years. I feel that I could bring a lot to the table.

Q: What do you think are the biggest challenges the board faces for the coming year?

A: It’s going to be about funding; it’s going to be about the PR requirement to remain an accredited school district.

Q: What are you looking forward to most in the coming year?

A: I do look forward to working with the new superintendent this next year and really thinking outside the box so we can better fund academic opportunities for the students. I also look forward to better opportunities to communicate and collaborate with community members and other stakeholders.

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