Stuckey said he’s was running for a third term on the Springboro school board because he wants to ensure the staff has what they need and that the administration is supported and allowed to do their jobs.
“I want the children in the district to have the best education possible,” he said.
Stuckey, 66, has been a resident of Springboro for more than 42 years. He is a retired teacher and a former varsity head football coach. He currently serves as volunteer freshman head football coach. Stuckey and his wife have two grown children and two grandsons.
Anderson said he’s running for re-election “to insure that Springboro continues to do what is best for students. We have a very good and well sought out school system by parents looking for the best place to live and educate their children.”
Anderson, 71, has lived in Springboro for 38 years. He is a business owner and has been a funeral director for the past 47 years. He has two grown children and three grandchildren. He is seeking a fourth term on the school board.
Gudz, 42, was seeking a new four-year term on the school board because he said he believes it’s important for adults to contribute and give back to a community through service.
He has lived in the school district for 15 years. Gudz and his wife have two children and said one of the reasons they moved to the community was the excellent school district. He is also the chief financial officer of health plan services for Molina Healthcare.
Gudz said one of the top issues facing the school district include ensuring that all students get back on pace with their educations following the significant disruptions due to COVID-19; and continuing to modernize facilities through renovation or replacement.