Hill voted Cave Creek school board 2019 president

President Kathryn Hill and Vice President James Rich (Submitted photo)

At their Jan. 14, organizational meeting the Cave Creek Unified School District Governing Board elected Kathryn Hill as president and James Rich as vice president.

Ms. Hill graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Oklahoma.

Mr. Rich is a graduate of the Mesa Police Academy and the constable for Desert Ridge Justice Precinct. He has a bachelor’s degree in political science and is a former Army officer and veteran of 10 years, according to a press release.

At that same meeting, the CCUSD Governing Board elected Beth Hatcher as their Arizona School Board Association delegate and Scott Brown as the ASBA delegate alternate.

Ms. Hatcher attended Purdue University and obtained her Bachelor of Arts from Ottawa University. She also has a master’s of education in curriculum and instruction from Arizona State University.

Mr. Brown served as a co-president for Lone Mountain Elementary School PTO, was on the Rebuild the Nest Committee and served on Cactus Shadows’ Site Council. He is one of the founders of the Cave Creek/Carefree Youth Football and Cheerleading and is the chairman of the Kiwanis Marketplace Committee, the press release stated.

CCUSD Governing Board meetings are held in the Governing Board room, located at CCUSD’s District Office, 33016 N. 60th Street in Scottsdale. A list of meeting dates for the 2018-19 fiscal year can be found by going to CCUSD’s website ccusd93.org.

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