• Sheril Logan

    Sheril Logan - Portrait

     

    At-Large Member     Map

     

    Contact Information:
    1218 S. Gateway St.
    Wichita, KS 67230-8102
    Phone: 722-6708
    Personal e-mail link: Click here.

     

    Wichita BOE:
    Member: 2011-present.
    Vice-President: January-July 2018 (mid-year appointment).
    President: 2014-15, 2016-17, 2018-19 through January 13, 2020.

     

    Biographical Information:
    Birthplace: Hutchinson, KS.

     

    Education:
    Anthony High School, Anthony, KS

    Wichita State University, Wichita, KS.
    Bachelor of Arts, Elementary Education
    Masters in Education
    Specialist in Administration

     

    Profession:

    Retired Assistant Dean, College of Education: Wichita State University

    Retired Assistant Superintendent: Wichita Public Schools
    Elementary Principal: Wichita Public Schools
    Coordinator of Chapter 1 Reading: Wichita Public Schools
    Teacher: Wichita Public Schools and Security, CO

     

    Organizations:
    Kansas Association of School Boards
    Council of Great City Schools
    Trees for Life board member
    Pando Initiative board member
    Assistance League of Wichita volunteer
    Read to Succeed volunteer

     

    Areas of Focus:

    Improving reading for the young child

    Increasing the graduation rate

    High academic achievement for all learners

    Fiscal responsibility

  • SCHOOLS ASSIGNED TO AT-LARGE BOE MEMBER FOR COMMUNICATIONS PURPOSES

    Special Schools: Bryant Opportunity Academy; Dunlap Transition Center at Chisholm; Gateway Alternative Program; Greiffenstein Alternative Elementary School; Juvenile Detention Facility; Chester I. Lewis Academic Learning Center: Wichita Virtual School, Wichita Alternative High School, & Wichita Adult Learning Center; Levy Special Education Center; Little Early Childhood Center; Sowers Alternative High School; Towne East Learning Center; Wells Alternative Middle School; and Wichita Children's Home.

  • Why Sheril Serves Wichita Children:

    "I have been part of the educational system my whole adult life. I worked for and retired from WPS and have also worked at the college level. As I looked for how to give back in retirement, I decided to run for the at-large school district position.

     

    By serving on the Board I can apply my extensive experience learned from different educational settings to help showcase how WPS serves all students. I believe all kids deserve a quality education to ensure their success throughout their life. I am committed to helping WPS make this a reality for every student."