Meet Rex Fuller, Chair
I have been on the board since 2015. I decided to run when one of the Charter Board members asked me to consider it. I am a self-employed Beef Cattle Rancher.
My wife and I are very involved with Days Creek as all five of our children graduated from Days Creek, and we currently have grandchildren attending.
I have seen a lot of change and progress during my time of serving on the Board, most notably the replacement of the bleachers in the gym, added classrooms and the new reader board to name a few.
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Meet Valerie Anderson
I served on the Days Creek Charter Board from 2019-2021 and now am blessed to serve on the District Board (elected 2021). I am a business owner/controller/bookkeeper/mom as well.
I chose to serve as a school board member because I believe in the value of quality education and want to see our students, teachers, parents and community prosper. I believe that my professional and extra-curricular experience will be of value to our district.
After a splendid 17 years in the big city growing our general contracting business and raising our boys, we moved to the beautiful, loving community of Tiller to try our hand with cattle and timber. I love this area and its people.
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Meet Charlie Sawyer
Thank you to all that supported me in my decision to run for the school board in the 2021 election and continue to do so during my term. My wife and I have taught our children for most of their lives and feel passionately about giving them the best foundation possible. The same feeling prompted us to be a part of the board for Days Creek. This is great opportunity. There is so much to learn and do, but it will be worth it. I look forward to the opportunities ahead.
A few things you might not know about me: I worked in the golf industry for 22 years as a player and business owner, I climbed wind turbines as a maintenance technician for over 7 years; and, I owned my own business operating a portable sawmill and woodworking. I enjoy fishing, hiking, boating, disc golf or any sport my kids want to play. My wife, four kids and I moved to Days Creek in 2015. We look for all kinds of ways we can invest in our community. I took part in the Ford Family Leadership Program. My wife and I are board members of Dayspring Ranch in Canyonville and Southern Oregon Winter Series which is a disc golf organization for building disc golf opportunities for the future.
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Meet Rebekah Sawyer
I became a board member in 2021. I ran for the board because I care about our community and the education our kids receive. I am an executive manager and project manager for a company that designs, builds, and maintains websites for clients in the non-profit and .edu space. I am also a certified teacher with a CA Crosscultural, Language, and Academic Development (CLAD) Credential. I love spending time with my family, hiking, horseback riding, and exploring the beautiful country around us.
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Meet Laura Stufflebeam
I became a school board member in 2015. I ran for school board because our district had just been through a lot in the closing of Tiller Elementary School and I wanted to represent Tiller and serve the community that I grew up in. My grandfather and father had both served on the Days Creek School Board in the past, and I was always raised to give back and serve your community in any way you are able. Four generations of my family have attended or are currently attending Days Creek School.
My husband and I own and operate a logging and land clearing business, S5 Land Services, LLC.
I love sports and all that come with them! I feel that the skills learned while being on a team and functioning as a teammate are life skills that will only better you as a person. Learning about respect, teamwork, dedication, selfless-ness, perseverance, competitiveness, commitment and dedication is so important as a student! I believe that these life lessons learned through sports transfer over to a student’s school work and work ethic, which will only benefit their future ambitions. Also - sports are FUN!
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Meet Clint Thompson
Greetings! My name is Clint Thompson and my profession is a Farmer. I am southern Oregon, USA born and raised.
I ran and got elected to the school board (2021) and am ready to begin my first term. I have never served in this capacity before. I have a lifelong background in small family owned business, and have previously been a member of the Rotary Club in Klamath Falls.
My reason for serving is to do my part to ensure that our kids (our future) have the best possible opportunities and learning environment our school district can provide to become successful and productive citizens of the greatest country on earth. My wife and I have been married for 34 years and moved to Days Creek four years ago to become farmers. We currently operate a successful CBD products business using the hemp we grow on our farm.
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