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Board of Education

Board Meeting

November Meeting

The Wheelersburg Board of Education will meet on November 23, 2020 beginning at 6:00 p.m. at the Board Office located at 620 Center Street, Wheelersburg.

Board of Education

2020 Board and Officers

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Matthew Miller President
Scott Jolly
Vice President
Donna Cunningham  Member
Jonathan Eaton Member
Amy Holsinger Member

Donna Cunningham

Education:
Post Master's Certification in Supervision and Administration - University of Dayton  
Master's Degree in School Psychology - Ohio University
Master's Degree in Guidance and Counseling - Ohio University
Bachelor of Science Degree in Education - Ohio University

Background:
Served for 35 years as a classroom teacher, elementary guidance counselor, school psychologist, district administrator in these districts:
Clay Local Schools, Worthington City Schools, Portsmouth City Schools

Family:
Parent of two adult children, both graduates of Wheelersburg High School: Christopher in 1995, and Anna Marie in 1996

Leadership:
Wheelersburg Board of Education – 13 years
Have served as President and Vice President of the Board

Personal Thoughts:
Highly effective boards of education must have a clear vision and goals that guide the direction of the district. I am committed to supporting an educational system, which will prepare our students for the demands of an ever changing society.

Jonathan Eaton

Education:
Bachelor's Degree in Arts & Science from Akron University (2000)
Graduate of Wheelersburg High School (1995).

Background:
Vice President of Sales at Hadsell Chemical Processing
Secretary of the Wheelersburg Athletic Association from 2004 - current

Family:
Resides in Wheelersburg with wife, Amanda and two children, Macee and Emmee

Board Member:
Elected to the Wheelersburg Board of Education in November of 2013

Personal Thoughts:
As a product of the Wheelersburg School District, I have experienced the tradition, spirit, and pride of being a Pirate and I know how much that means to our students and faculty. Putting our children first and going above and beyond for them is what enables our school district to perform at a high level each and every year. Never taking that for granted and expecting to win in the classroom and through extracurricular activities are some of the traditions we must uphold. I am proud to be a small part of the Wheelersburg team that leads our children to becoming successful adults in society.

 

Amy Holsinger

Education:

Doctorate in Philosophy in Psychology, Capella University, 2016

Masters in Education in Counseling and Human Development, Lindsey Wilson College, 2006

Bachelors of Arts in Psychology, Shawnee State University, 2004

Wheelersburg High School Graduate, 1998

Background:

I am employed full time by Lindsey Wilson College as the Regional Faculty Supervisor in Ashland, KY.  I teach several graduate and undergraduate courses and also provide clinical supervision of graduate and undergraduate students while they compete their practicum and internship experiences.

My area of focus is early childhood mental health and the field of play therapy.  I co-own a small private practice, ABC Counseling, PLLC, that focuses on working with young children and their families.  I am a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor-Supervisor and a National Certified Counselor.  I am also a Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor credentialed from the Association for Play Therapy and a Certified Adlerian Play Therapist by LEAPT.

Family: 

Resides with husband, Rob, and children:  Jay, Drew and Emma.

Personal Thoughts: 

The importance of education was instilled in me at an early age and was a central tenet of my upbringing.  My parents are both retired educators who served in many schools in the area.  Having the opportunity to give back to the school district my husband and I graduated from and my children attend is an honor.  I am looking forward to working cooperatively with the stakeholders entrusted to support our students as they evolve into critical thinkers and contributing members of society who are prepared to transition to the next phase of their lives. 

Scott Jolly

Education:
Masters of Education in Counseling from Ohio University, 1996
Bachelors of Business Administration, Ohio University, 1989
Graduate of Wheelersburg High School, 1985

Background:
Work with individuals with disabilities to transition to employment
Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor
A founding board member of Scioto County Habitat for Humanity
Wheelersburg Little League board member

Family:
Resides with wife, Maria, and children: Aaron, Lauren, Maegan, and Jordan


Personal Thoughts:
I appreciate all that is done for Wheelersburg students by our community, district staff, and parents. I believe it takes everyone contributing to the mission of the school district to help students develop into well-rounded adults.

Matt Miller

Education:
A graduate of Wheelersburg High School, Class of 1990.
Attended Ohio University (1990-1994), where he played football for four years and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Hygiene.

Background:
Technical Support Manager for LATA/Parallax Portsmouth, LLC. and co-owner of Penn Station restaurants (Portsmouth & Chillicothe).

Family:
Resides in Wheelersburg with wife, Jennifer and five children: Libby, Matthew, Isabella, Xavier, and Giselle.

Board Member:
Elected to the Wheelersburg Board of Education in November of 2001.

Personal Thoughts:
As a proud graduate of Wheelersburg High School, Class of 1990, I notice a lot of things have changed, but one thing will never change; Wheelersburg's Continuous Commitment to Excellence.

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