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    Highlands School District
    2020 Board of Directors
    Profiles
     
     
    Misty Chybrzynski - President
     
    "My goal as a School Board member is to utilize the professional experience and knowledge of our community to improve the Highlands buildings and programs in order for each student to be adequately prepared to succeed as an adult and to accomplish their personal goals after leaving our schools. I am focused on school safety, cultural environment and recreating a strong home-school-community relationship among the staff, students, families, community organizations and business owners in the school district. My hope is that by improving the school processes and programming, we will in turn strengthen our families and rebuild our community, making a more sustainable, equitable and valuable place to live for all of us." 
     
     
    Occupation: Community Development Supervisor, Allegheny Family Network; Communications Freelancer
     
    Political Experience: First term, 2017-2021, Highlands School Board Director
     
    Education: 
    Highlands High School, Diploma
    Point Park University, B.A. Journalism / Mass Communications
    Point Park University, Master's in Communications / Master's in Business Administration
     
    Affiliations: 
    Generations House of Worship, Volunteer & Event Coordinator; Highlands Area Community Cabinet; Highlands Partnership Network, PA School Board Association (PSBA) Liasion. 
     


     
    Bobbie Neese - Vice President
     
    Occupation: Stay-at-Home Mom to 3 young kids - Morgan (9), Emily (7), and Logan (4) and wife to Doug; Former employee at The Watson Institute, which contributes to her appreciation for early intervention and family involvement
     
    Political Experience: First term, 2017-2021, Highlands School Board Director
     
    Education: Highlands graduate; studied communications at Clarion University
     
    Affiliations: Fawn Primary Center PTO (former president)
     


     
    Debbie Beale
     
    "One of the most important freedoms we are given is the right to an education. It is important to not take that opportunity for granted nor to overlook the responsibility of presenting that opportunity to our youth. We are all in this together. Educating our children the best we can today will behoove all of us in the future, producing responsible, capable and motivated members of society who will in turn take care of our community."
     
    Occupation: Self-employed, Seamstress
     
    Political Experience: Allegheny Intermediate Unit (AIU3) Board Member & President; Highlands School Board Member, 1990-1997, 2002-2005, 2008-present. Served as President or Vice President for 11 years. Brackenridge Borough Library Liaison.
     
    Education: Highlands High School, 1971. Clarissa School of Fashion Design, Associate's Degree.
     
    Affiliations: Fairmount PTO (former President); Gridiron Club (former President); Women's Independent Bowling League (Served 25 years, former President); Simplicity Pattern Company (Former Union Steward).
     


     
    Judy Wisner
     
    "I am looking forward to working cooperatively towards a better school district for our students and our taxpayers."
     
    Occupation: Retired from Banking. Bookkeeper / Payroll Clerk for Community Library of Allegheny Valley.

    Political Experience: School Board member, 2016. School Board member for 26 years prior to this term.
     
    Education: Tarentum High School