We are pleased to welcome Joe Millward and Sarah Bradshaw as appointed board members on the Reagan Academy Board of Trustees. Both Joe and Sarah bring a strong commitment to Reagan Academy and have a long history of volunteering and demonstrating the value of parental involvement in the success of our school. We look forward to serving with them in the years to come.
Joe Millward’s children have attended Reagan Academy for the past six years; he currently has three children enrolled. Joe graduated from Brigham Young University with a master’s degree in accounting. He now works as a financial controller for a manufacturing company. He believes the opportunities parents have to volunteer and to be involved sets Reagan Academy apart.
Sarah Bradshaw currently has four children attending Reagan Academy. She graduated from BYU with a degree in American Studies. She is a stay-at-home mom who has been actively involved in her children’s education since her oldest started school 9 years ago. She is excited to serve on Reagan’s board and continue the path of excellence established by previous board members.
We are grateful for the parents of our students who are willing to sacrifice their time and energies to contribute in a most meaningful way to the success of our wonderful school.
Joe and Sarah are filling the vacancies left by two dedicated board members, Bryan Thayn and Lorie Wilkins, who have reached the end of their terms of service.
Bryan Thayn has served on the Board of Trustees for the past three years, and we will truly miss the meaningful contributions he has made to the school. Bryan has offered a very valuable, strong, and unique perspective. We wish him the very best in his future endeavors, and thank him for his service.
Lorie Wilkins was one of Reagan Academy’s original board members. For the past nine years, she has worked tirelessly to help transform Reagan Academy into the excellent school it is today. She has served in many positions on the Board of Trustees, including Secretary, Treasurer, and most recently, Board Chair, giving countless hours to ensure that Reagan Academy continues to achieve great things. Lorie’s contributions to the school are too numerous to list, but it is clear that her positive influence has permanently shaped the future of Reagan Academy. As her youngest child graduates from eighth grade this month, we wish Lorie and her family the very best and offer our sincerest gratitude for her many years of service.
Ronald Wilson Reagan Academy Board of Trustees
Jason Douglas, Chair
Tonya Fischio, Treasurer
Richard Gill, Secretary