The School Boards welcomes you to Oconto Unified School District. The Oconto Unified School Board will take collective responsibility for ensuring all students achieve at their highest levels. We will work collaboratively to enhance and enrich the district through decision making that is student focused. We will support the superintendent in developing a successful, safe, and secure environment for all children along with developing a positive and productive workplace for all employees.
Goal One: Pupil Outcomes
Ensure that all students are college and career ready by providing rigorous, relevant, and differentiated instruction that academically challenges all students and develops citizenship, leadership, and innovative thinking.
Goal Two: Climate & Culture
Foster positive relationships between staff, students, parents, and the community as part of a successful learning environment.
Goal Three: Conditions of Learning
Provide highly qualified staff, standards-aligned curriculum, up to date technology, and modern school facilities that are maintained and have marked focus safety protocols and mental health.
Prepare for Board Meetings: thoroughly review all materials provided in preparation for all board meetings.
Engage in Purposeful Discussion: stay on topic, clearly and concisely share ideas and avoid repeating comments already made by other board members.
Collaborate Respectfully: consider all opinions; collaboratively engage to reach decisions as a whole board; and believe that all are working for the best interests of OUSD students, staff and community.
Make Evidence-Based Decisions: use representative and reliable data to make decisions forward in attaining its vision, mission and priorities.
Demonstrate Professional and Ethical Governance: use discussion and voting to communicate individual viewpoints and demonstrate acceptance of Board decisions through words and actions.
PRESIDENT | Doug Thompson (City Seat) 4/2020-4/2023 / (920) 321-4505 / firstname.lastname@example.org
VICE PRESIDENT | Connie Brabant (Rural Seat) 4/2020-4/2023 / (920) 604-4751 / email@example.com
CLERK | Crissy Kumhala (Rural Seat) 4/2019-4/2022 / (920) 373-5015 / firstname.lastname@example.org
TREASURER | Kris Alwin (City Seat) 4/2019-4/2022 / (920) 834-2646 / email@example.com
Maria Roberts (Rural Seat) 4/2019-4/2022 / (920) 604-2552 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Bobbi Christopherson (City Seat) / 4/2021-4/2024 / (920) 373-7070 / email@example.com
Samantha Boucher (Rural Seat) / 4/2021-4/2024 / (920) 604-0074 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Budget & Finance: Nutrition & Fitness:
Kris Alwin, John Pinkart, Connie Brabant Kris Alwin, Maria Roberts
Buildings & Grounds: Technology:
John Pinkart, Rick Richter, Maria Roberts Crissy Kumhala
Policy: CESA 8 Delegate:
Committee of the Whole Doug Thompson
Community Outreach: BCA Liaison:
Doug Thompson, Rick Richter Maria Roberts
Crissy Kumhala, Connie Brabant