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    School Board Members Term Expiration 
    Kyle Boyer
     
    Kyle was elected to the School Board in 2017 and is a representative of Region 2. He is chair of the Policy Committee and a member of the Education and Facilities Committees.  Kyle is a Conestoga High School graduate.

    2021

    Michele Burger, President
     
    Michele was elected to the School Board in 2015 and represents Region 2.  Michele has been a T/E resident for 21 years and has three children who are T/E graduates. 

    2023

    Scott Dorsey

    Scott was elected to the School Board in 2013 and represents Region 1. He is a member of the Education, Finance, and Ad Hoc Public Information Committees.  Scott has two children who are T/E graduates. 

     2021

    Roberta Hotinski, Vice President
     
    Roberta was elected to the School Board in 2015 and represents Region 1. She is serving her first term as School Board Vice President.  She is chair of the Finance and Ad Hoc Legislative Committees and a member of the Facilities Committee. Roberta has been a T/E resident for 14 years and has two children who currently attend T/E schools.

    2023

    Mary Garrett Itin
     
    Mary Garrett was appointed to the School Board in 2019 and represents Region 3. She is a member of the Finance, Ad Hoc Public Information, and Ad Hoc Legislative Committees.  She has been a T/E resident for 13 years and has one child who currently attends T/E schools.
     2023
    Todd Kantorczyk
     
    Todd was elected to the School Board in 2015 and represents Region 1. He is chair of the Facilities Committee and a member of the Policy Committee. Todd has been a T/E resident for 13 years and has one child who currently attends T/E schools and two children who are T/E graduates.

    2023

    Sue Tiede
     
    Sue was elected to the School Board in 2019 and represents Region 3. She is a member of the Facilities, Policy, Ad Hoc Public Information, and Ad Hoc Legislative Committees.  She is also the School Board liaison to the Diversity Committee.  She has been a District resident for 32 years. Sue and her husband have 3 sons all of whom attended elementary and middle school in T/E and are graduates of Conestoga High School.  

    2023

    Stacy Stone

    Stacy was elected to the School Board in 2019 and represents Region 2.  She is a member of the Education, Finance, and Ad Hoc Legislative Committees.  She has been a District resident for 33 years. Stacy has two children who attended T/E schools, one of whom is a T/E graduate.

    2023

    Tina Whitlow
     
    Tina was elected to the School Board in 2017 and represents Region 3. She is the chair of the Education and Ad Hoc Public Information Committees. She is also a member of the Policy Committee. Tina has been a District resident since 2005. She has one child currently attending T/E schools and one child who is a T/E graduate.

    2021


    The Superintendent, Board Secretary and two high school student representatives are present at each meeting as non-voting members. The School Board President and Vice President are elected at the annual reorganization meeting on the first Monday in December. Business meetings generally take place on the fourth Monday of the month. Committee meetings take place periodically throughout the year. 

    Voting Precincts Beginning with the 2017 Election: *
    Region 1- Tredyffrin E-2, E-3, E-4, E-5, M-1, M-2, M-5, M-6, W-3, W-4   
    Region 2- Tredyffrin M-3, M-4, M-7, W-1, W-2, W-5 
    Region 3- Tredyffrin E-1, Easttown 1-7 
     
    * The Tredyffrin/Easttown School District filed a Petition to Realign Regional Election Districts which was approved by the Court of Common Pleas of Chester County on August 1, 2016. The new regional election districts will take effect in 2017.

    On April 25, 2016, the Tredyffrin/Easttown Board of School Directors adopted a Resolution authorizing the filing of the Petition to realign the regional election districts in the Tredyffrin/Easttown School District to address changes in population that have resulted in disparity among the currently structured voting regions. The resolution adopted a plan recommended to the School Board by the Ad-Hoc School Board Region Reapportionment Committee. The plan, which was developed through several months of careful study and significant community input, will realign the District’s voting regions in a way that reduces population disparity among regions and is consistent with the statutory requirements contained in the Public School Code regarding electoral boundaries and population equity. Click here for additional information about the District's Reapportionment Study.