KASB names 2022-23 BOLD class

Twenty-five school officials from across Kansas have been selected to KASB’s Business Operations Leadership Development (BOLD) class of school leaders.

The BOLD program focuses on the daily operations and long-range planning to run a school district. The program develops knowledge on building and facilities master planning, technology planning, finance strategies, procurement processes, school security, risk management and human resources.

Selectees will participate in seven training sessions developed by KASB leadership staff, KASB business partners and experts from across the state.

Those school officials selected to participate in the 2022-23 class are:

Ryan Bodensteiner, assistant director of teaching and learning, Leavenworth USD 453; Dr. Amanda Cavaness, principal, Coffeyville USD 445; John Cox, superintendent, Blue Valley USD 384; Scott Dunham, principal, Douglass USD 396; Vance Eden, superintendent, Uniontown USD 235; Tyson Eslinger, superintendent, Deerfield USD 216; Travis Githens, superintendent, Cherryvale USD 447; Josh Guyman, program coordinator, Garden City USD 457; Jason Herman, principal, Olathe USD 233; Nathan Hinrichs, superintendent, Central Heights USD 288; Heath Hogan, superintendent, Smoky Valley USD 400; Craig Idacavage, superintendent, Haven USD 312; Dr. Brad Kempf, superintendent, Jefferson County North USD 339; Rebecca Kramer, director of elementary education, Seaman USD 345; Jill Lachenmayr, assistant superintendent, Andover USD 385; Greg Lehr, superintendent, Sedgwick USD 439; Rob McKim, Wamego USD 320; Tiffany Morawiec, director of business and finance, Gardner Edgerton USD 231; Ryan Muhlig, principal, Colby USD 315; Beth Sandness, director of student services, Prairie View USD 362; Darren Schroeder, superintendent, Marysville USD 364; Matt Smith, superintendent, Trego County USD 208; Dana Sprinkle, assistant superintendent, Abilene USD 435; Kimberly Woolf, superintendent, Victoria USD 432; Krystal Young, human resources director,  Hutchinson USD 308.