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  • Lynn Rogers

    Lynn Rogers - Portrait

    BOE District #6     Map

     

    Contact Information:
    912 Spaulding
    Wichita, KS 67203-3260
    Phone: 262-4716
    Personal e-mail link: Click here.

     

    Wichita BOE:
    Member: 2001-present.
    President: 2004-05, 2008-09, 2012-13.
    Vice-President: 2003-04, 2006-07, 2007-08, 2014-15.

     

    Biographical Information:
    Birthplace: Fremont, NE

     

    Education:
    Arlington High School, Arlington, NE

    University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE
    Bachelor of Science, Business Administration

     

    Profession:
    Retired, Bank Executive.

     

    Organizations:
    Kansas Association of School Boards
    Council of Great City Schools
    2000 Bond Issue Steering Committee
    Citizens Alliance for Responsible Education (CARE)

    Civic Activities:

    Heartland Credit Union: former board member

    Riverside Magnet PTO: former president and auction chairperson
    Marshall Middle School booster club: former president and board member

    North High School Site Council: former member

    Twin River Swim Club: former president, treasurer, and board member

     

  • DISTRICT 6 SCHOOLS

    Elementary: Chisholm Trail, Cloud, Earhart Magnet, Irving, Isely Magnet, McLean Magnet, Ortiz, Park, Pleasant Valley, Riverside Magnet, Woodland Magnet
    K-8: Horace Mann Magnet
    Middle: Marshall, Pleasant Valley, Stucky
    High: Heights, North, Northeast Magnet
    Special: *Gateway Alternative Program
    *School in BOE District 6, assigned to At-Large BOE Member

  • Lynn Rogers shares the best part of serving on the board: 

    "There are actually several things - graduations, the first day of school, building tours and the staff. 

     

    I have learned so much about our community and continue to learn something new at every board meeting. It is a real privilege to serve in this capacity." 

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