Triad School Board
Triad School is a ministry of Bible Baptist Church (BBC) and the BBC Elder Board oversees the mission of Triad School.
The Triad School Board is the governing board of the school, giving oversight and direction in issues of policy, finance, personnel and facility. The Board cooperates with the School Pastor in fulfilling the mission and assists the School Pastor as needed.
Triad School Board membership is approved by the BBC Board of Elders and consists of a minimum of 50% BBC church members.
Regular school board meetings take place at BBC (4849 South 6th Street) on the last Thursday of each month at 6:00 PM.
Board members serve three-year terms and can serve two consecutive terms. If you have an interest in serving on the Triad School Board, please contact the school office. School Policy Manual
Meet the Triad School Board
School Board Chair
Elected August 2018
Jill has served on the Triad School Board since September 2016. She is a member of Bible Baptist Church and mom to three Triad graduates. "I am so thankful for Triad School in the lives of my sons. My boys all started at Triad the very first year it started in 1995 and graduated from Triad in 2002, 2005, and 2007. The teachers at Triad were a positive influence and made a difference in the spiritual lives of my sons that I don't think would have happened elsewhere. I feel privileged to be able to serve Triad School as a member of the board."
Jill is recently retired from Oregon Institute of Technology where she taught dental hygiene for over 30 years and also served as the department chair.
In his role as Senior Pastor of Bible Baptist, Kevin has been on the Triad School Board since 2005. Prior to this, he served as an associate pastor of BBC and taught middle and high school Bible classes at Triad. Kevin and his wife, Ruth, have been married since 1982, and they have four children who graduated from Triad. Ruth served as the Triad School Executive Assistant from 1995-2011.
"I count it a great privilege that our children were able to attend Triad. Each of them was well prepared for college. They all did well with their college coursework and graduated in good order as they moved into their careers. Our daughter was the first Triad graduate that attended the school starting in Kindergarten, and now she and her husband have a Triad student of their own, our grandson Cole. What a blessing! I am a firm believer in the mission and effectiveness of Triad School."
Elder Board Member