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Elected each year for overlapping terms, each member serves for a three-year term. All school board seats are elected citywide with the seven school board members representing all residents. all board members : schoolboard asdk Carl Jacobs has spent his professional career serving vulnerable Alaskans, protecting and advocating for seniors and children in a variety of roles during his employment with the State of Alaska. After moving to Anchorage inCarl married his wife Alicia, a lifelong Alaskan.
Together, they raised their son Devin, who graduated from Bartlett High.
For the last decade, Carl has served as a d therapeutic foster parent. He and Alicia have cared for approximately 40 youth from diverse backgrounds, and in celebrated their 11th ASD graduate. Carl is passionate about ensuring the Anchorage School District is as inclusive and accessible as possible. He is focused on ensuring barriers of participation for our community are mitigated or removed. Most importantly, Carl believes each ASD student deserves the resources and opportunities necessary for their success. As a member of the Board, he looks forward to building bridges and assisting ASD in accomplishing its mission while adhering to core beliefs and values.
Margo Bellamy has spent over forty years in education. In her service to children and families, she has worked as clerk typist, a teacher, librarian, assistant principal, principal, executive director, mentor, and trainer. As a career educator, Margo brings a range of experience to the Anchorage School Board and commits to work every day to make the Anchorage School District an awesome place for all students, families, and staff.
She is an Adjunct Professor in the UAA Educational Leadership Program and serves as a volunteer with the Cognia Accreditation Review Team, a global network of educators focused on improving educational opportunities for all learners. Margo is married and is the parent of two adult children, both ASD graduates; and grandparent to two grandsons who both attend school in the Anchorage School District.
Kelly Lessens is the mother of two children enrolled in their neighborhood elementary school. The process of bringing together parents, teachers, subject matter experts, local organizations, Board members, and administrators gave her a firsthand view of School Board service and compelled her to run for office. As a Board member, she looks forward to connecting with individuals and organizations across the municipality.
Andy Holleman believes parents and students need to be engaged in their local schools as much as possible and emphasizes the importance of the school community. He also believes strongly in high academic achievement for all students. Andy became involved with policy and funding issues for education at the local and state levels, and advocated for public education as a cornerstone of our democracy. He served as president of the Anchorage Education Association for four years. Andy has one son who received his education from ASD, attending an alternative school, an open-optional program housed in a neighborhood school, a neighborhood school, a charter school, a Seminar Program at a local high school, and finished with Alaska Pacific University's Early Honors Program in conjunction with ASD.
Andy wife, Donna, is a retired ASD educator. Dave Donley is working to ensure the Anchorage School District provides excellent educational opportunities for all students in the most cost-effective manner while maximizing parental involvement and recognizing paths to success other than formal higher education. Dave supports proven successful traditional curriculum and patriotism in our schools.
He passed the Alaska Bar Exam his first attempt in Dave represented Spenard in the State House from He is a certified BBB arbitrator.
He has received numerous public service awards and served on many community boards and committees. InDave was initiated into the Pioneers of Alaska. Dora Wilson is the mom of three children, now young adults. She and her husband have been d therapeutic foster and adoptive parents for the past 16 years and have had youth attending Anchorage Schools for the past 20 years.
For the past 20 years, Dora has worked with the Anchorage School Business Partnership program as a board member, advocating to strengthen partnerships between schools and the business community. She understands the importance of a quality education and strong partnerships between schools, families and the community. Dora believes in the importance of public education and the positive impact it can have on the youth in our community.
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Dave Donley Seat C through Aprilsecond term Committees : Governance, School Business Partnerships SBP Dave Donley is working to ensure the Anchorage School District provides excellent educational opportunities for all students in the most cost-effective manner while maximizing parental involvement and recognizing paths to success other than formal higher education.
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