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    2017-2018 Board of Directors, Officers and Committee Chairs
     
     
     
    Board of Directors

     

    President: Sherry Kottke, Jefferson-Morgan School District

     President Elect:  Curtistine Walker, Pittsburgh Public Schools

    Past President: Lindsay Radzvin, North Hills School District

     
    Meredith Bailey, Kiski Area School District
     
    Vicki Capone, Avella School District
     
    Becky Kammerdeiner, Clarion and Brookville Area School Districts
      
     Jillian Meloy, Greater Latrobe School District
     
     Tricia Wood, South Fayette School District
     
    Melissa Schad, Avonworth School District
     
     
     
     
    Legal Counsel
     
    Richard C. Gaffney, Esq.
     
        
     
     
     Officers

    President: Sherry Kottke, Jefferson-Morgan School District

     President Elect: Curtistine Walker, Pittsburgh Public Schools

    Secretary: Janet Mullaney, Wattsburg Area School District

     Treasurer: Lori Squires, Fairview School District

     
    Past President: Lindsay Radzvin, North Hills School District
      
     
     
    Jen Asti

      John Frombaugh presents PRFSD President, Jennifer Asti, with an award of appreciation from PASBO.

     

     
     
    Committee Chairs
     
     
     
    Auditing: Vicki Copone, Avella Area School District
     
    Food and Supply Bid:  Meredith Bailey, Kiski School District
     
    Bread Bid: Jennifer Zellefrow, Moniteau School District
     
    Industry Committee: Jennifer Mauro, Key Impact Sales
     
    Nominations:  Becky Kammerdeimer, Clarion Area School District
     
    Pro-Active & Marketing:  Martin Lorenzo, Gateway School District 
     
    Scholarship & Charitable Giving: Amy Keeler, Brownsville Area School District
     
    Social & Welcoming:  Janet Gaffney, Ambridge Area School District
     
    Technology & Web Page: Megan Schaper, State College Area School District
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    PRFSD Board Members, and all Child Nutrition Program Operators, are required to follow their local School Boards' Code of Conduct.  Minimum standards as required by USDA are recapped in the attached memo.