Mansfield School Board Votes In New President And VP

  • 1/15/2019 9:09:02 PM
  • Jesse Smith
  • Local News

MANSFIELD, OH - During Tuesday night's meeting of the Mansfield City Schools Board of Education, the Board voted to elect Renda Cline and Gary Feagin as President and Vice President, respectively.

"I think the board is doing a good job with working together," said Cline. "I think that is important for us to continue to engage in the community. I think it's important that we continue to focus on our goals as a district with educating our students. We have a lot of different initiatives. Being more focused, I think, is especially important."

Under Cline, the Board of Education will continue to set an example of commitment and dedication to students and education. Cline says her experiences will help inform her decisions in her new role as Board President.

"I've worked with a lot of our state representatives, and I've done a lot of different things at different levels - not just locally, but also at large," Cline said. "I think I do offer that experience for our district."

First-time Vice President Gary Feagin talked about his goals for the year, with hopes of helping to make the school district better and brighter than ever.

"I just want to see this district shine like I know it can shine," Feagin said. "With leadership from Renda and the Board itself, I think I'm just another catalyst to help push it forward."

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