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Renda Cline new Mansfield BOE President

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  Original Published: 1/8/2014

Renda Cline was elected president of the Mansfield City Schools Board of Education Tuesday evening. Cline, who is beginning the third year of a four-year term, was elected on a 3-2 vote.

Dina Davis and new board member Monica Hubbard joined Cline in voting for her presidency. Outgoing president Chris Elswick and Cliff Crose voted no.

Davis was elected vice president by the same 3-2 count. “I am looking forward to the district moving in a positive direction,” Cline said after Tuesday evening’s board organizational meeting at the Raemelton administration building. “I want to help improve morale in the district as much as I am able to do. I believe things will turn around now that we are addressing financial issues.”

Cline also serves on the executive committee of the Ohio School Boards Association’s Central Region and the executive committee of OSBA’s Black Caucus.

A 1988 Senior High graduate, Cline is employed as a physical therapist assistant at Kindred Hospital on the MedCentral/Mansfield Hospital campus.

Two of her children, Brittany and Oliver, are Senior High graduates. Younger daughter Maranda is an eighth- grader at Mansfield Middle School.

Cline’s background of volunteer service includes president of the Woodland Elementary School PTO and roles as a Cub Scout den mother and Girl Scout leader.

In other action last night, the board voted unanimously to set 7 p.m. on the third Tuesday of each month as its regular meeting dates. Unless otherwise noted, meetings will be at the Raemelton administration building, 856 W. Cook Road.

   
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