Bagdad school board gets new member
Yavapai County School Superintendent Tim Carter is pleased to announce the appointment of Teresa Price to the Bagdad Unified School District Governing Board. The appointment started this week and will conclude on Dec. 31, 2018.
Price attended Washington High School in Phoenix prior to enrolling at Penn Foster College for an associate of arts degree in accounting and a bachelor of arts degree in business management.
Price is married and has lived in Bagdad for two years, where she currently works for FMI in the human resources department. Her husband works for FMI as well and the couple has two grown children in the Denver area.
Many people in the community will know her as a volunteer at the Bagdad Library, and through her work at the Dental Clinic. Prior to moving to Bagdad, she worked for the Humboldt and Globe Unified School Districts in various positions in accounting, student enrollment and attendance, and human resources for about 20 years.
Superintendent Tim Carter stated, “Mrs. Price is familiar with the operations of a school district. She has a wealth of experience working with Governing Boards, administrations, teachers, parents and students. She is the first choice for Educational Services, a solid proponent of a strong public educational system and should be a resource to her fellow Board Members. I believe she will represent the voters of the Bagdad School District very well. Her experience as a parent will be a benefit as she carries out her new responsibilities.”
Information provided by Yavapai County Education Service Agency.