Dr. Kohls was the former President of the Springboro Community City School Board of Education and formerly served on the board of education for the Warren County Career Center. Dr Kohls taught in public universities for 10 years followed by 15 years in private practice. Kelly Kohls is the Chairman of the Warren County Tea Party and a mother of five children in the public school system. Dr Kohls believes that public education has changed in a way that citizens need to understand. Dr Kohls is the President of the Ohio School Board Leadership Council, an organization focused on coaching citizens and School Board members on education issues and the need for a philosophy shift. Kelly Kohls will provide us with the OSBLC’s goals and how they will coach citizens and school boards to work toward improving education for all children.
Kelly Kohls has been married to her husband Tom for 30 years and has 5 children who attended public schools. She believes that parents have to get more involved in education and need to take responsibility for their education needs. Kelly believes that public education can be the answer for some but, that parents need and should take advantage of options in education. School choice is the obvious option where parents make informed decisions on the education for their child.
Warren is the current President of the East Knox Board of Education.
Jon ran for school board and finished third out of four candidates in West Carrollton. Since last November, he has become very interested in learning about the district and although he fell one spot shy of being elected, he has worked to educate other concerned parents and citizens in an effort to improve the educational experiences for the kids. Jon is married with two children who attend West Carrollton schools and is determined to continue to seek fiscal alternatives to our budget woes rather than big cuts or levies. Jon is convinced that taking a closer look at where districts spend money as well as making reasonable concessions in the projected inscreses will go far in helping districts stem the tide of unpredictable state policies.
Mr. Adam White is in his second year on the Board of Education for the Olentangy School District. .