Position 1

  •  Scott Lehrman

    Scott Lehrman, Board Vice President
    slehrman@psd1.org
    Term Expires: November 2023

    Mr. Lehrman grew up in Vancouver, Washington with a Japanese-American mother who was a high school teacher. Celebrating diversity and valuing education was paramount in his upbringing. In addition, he has a loving and supportive wife who is a high school teacher. Mr. Lehrman received Bachelors and Masters Degrees in Chemical Engineering from Washington State University, and believes that ALL students should be college OR career ready when completing their education in Pasco. He has four children who are or will be students in the Pasco School District and promises to work hard to ensure that they, along with all students in Pasco receive the quality education that they deserve.

    Pasco School District's vision statement is "Putting students first to make learning last a lifetime. Celebrating academics, diversity and innovation".  What is important to you about our vision?
    “For me in my service as a board member, celebrating diversity and providing opportunities for students from ALL backgrounds, at EVERY school is a priority that I consider when making impacting decisions.”

    We have five 100% goals, our Outrageous Outcomes that clearly convey the Board's commitment to "All Means All". What does this commitment mean to you?
    “I believe that ALL students can succeed and perform to the best of their abilities if the student, the school district, families, and the community work together to provide the support and resources that each student needs.  As I board member, I strive to ensure that the vision and resources are available to provide each student with the opportunities and supports that they need to succeed.”

Position 2

  •  Jesse Campos

     

    Jesse Campos, Board WIAA Representative
    jecampos@psd1.org
    Term Expires: November 2023

    Mr. Campos has a deep love for the City of Pasco and heart to serve Pasco’s community in many different areas within it. He especially is passionate about serving our local youth, he has successfully mentored many youth and adults to overcome life challenges. He and his wife, Myriam, are blessed with three children of their own, Maria, Caleb and Lily. Mr. Campos has a strong commitment to serve our youth and school district with humility, passion, integrity, and be the voice of our staff and youth. 

    Pasco School District's vision statement is "Putting students first to make learning last a lifetime. Celebrating academics, diversity and innovation".  What is important to you about our vision?
    “The bottom line is our youth and giving them opportunities to gain success academically and build a strong foundation for their future by being innovated and thinking outside the box for every youth within our district.”

    We have five 100% goals, our Outrageous Outcomes that clearly convey the Board's commitment to "All Means All".  What does this commitment mean to you?
    “Regardless of social economics, ethnicity, what side of the city they live in, or what language they speak. We will strive to make the best decisions for all youth so that they have the opportunities for success within our district.”

     

Position 3

  •  Steve Christensen

    Steve Christensen, Board Legislative Representative
    schristensen@psd1.org
    Term Expires: November 2021

    Mr. Christensen has served on the school board since 2013. He has lived in Pasco since 2001, his five children have all graduated from Pasco High School. He spent two years on a mission in Venezuela before completing his degree in Mechanical Engineering from Brigham Young University.

    Pasco School District's vision statement is "Putting students first to make learning last a lifetime. Celebrating academics, diversity and innovation".  What is important to you about our vision?
    “Our objective and focus as a school district is to provide students the education they need to help them be good members of society.  Our objective and focus as a school board is to provide the direction and resources to our school district to accomplish this objective.”

    We have five 100% goals, our Outrageous Outcomes that clearly convey the Board's commitment to "All Means All".  What does this commitment mean to you?
    “I believe achieving our five outrageous outcomes set our students up for success.  When we get to the point where all of our students are meeting these goals, we will be well on our way to achieving our greatest success as a district.”

     

Position 4

  •  Sherry Lancon

    Sherry Lancon
    slancon@psd1.org
    Term Expires: November 2021

    As a Board Member, Ms. Lancon actively volunteers in Pasco School district by being a judge for enterprise week, participating in mock interviews, and attending athletic events, music and drama performances. She also serves as the Board Liaison for the Building Steering Committee.

    Ms. Lancon serves on the board because the Pasco School District is forward thinking and includes the community in the process; provides equal educational opportunities to students in all schools, finds common ground interest and values, and works to advance a healthy educational environment and promote each student to achieve their full potential. She loves being a part of making a difference in our schools, giving all children and families of Pasco a chance for a good education, and preparing students to make decisions for their future after graduation to meet the challenges of life.

     

Position 5

  •  Amy Phillips

    Amy Phillips, Board President
    aphillips@psd1.org
    Term Expires: November 2021

    Mrs. Phillips has been very active in her children’s schools volunteering in classrooms, with parent-teacher organizations, and as a member of McLoughlin and Markham’s ATPs, or Action Team for Partnerships. She also works as a tutor and substitute teacher.

    The primary focus for Mrs. Phillips is students. She has done and will continue to do her homework with this important responsibility that she has been given. She cares about students and teachers and is primarily concerned with helping our children get the best education possible. As a school board member she will continue to seek out and listen to parents, teachers, principals and staff. She will focus on helping every student achieve his or her best. She will continue to ask many questions. Pasco is a community of caring parents and strong values and she will represent this community that she loves.

     

2021-2022 Student Board Representatives

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    Jason Asiedu
    Pasco High School

    Brooklyn Arroyo
    Chiawana High School

    Jennifer Walle
    Delta High School