Jamie Cox

Jamie Cox

District 1, Term ends: January 10, 2028
Phillip Harvey

Phillip Harvey

District 1, Term ends: January 10, 2026

Phillip Harvey moved to the Baldwin City area in 2014, after 9 years in the Air Force. Phillip and his wife, Kimberly, have 5 children spread out over USD 348. Phillip is an Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon who practices with Oral Surgery Kansas. With several surgical offices in Northeast Kansas, there were many places the Harvey family considered putting down roots. They chose to settle in Baldwin primarily because of the reputation of the school district.

With his relatively unique perspective of 24 years of being a student, he is a strong advocate for academics and believes that the district’s primary objective should continue to be the preparation of each student for a transition into college or the workforce, with an emphasis on wise fiscal use of the taxpayers’ dollars. He hopes to aid in the continued building of that legacy.

When he is not School Boarding, he enjoys a busy schedule of work, BJHS and BHS athletic events, being outdoors, hunting and fishing, church, and spending time with friends and family.
Lacy Kellerman

Lacy Kellerman

District 3, Term ends: January 10, 2028
Mindy King

Mindy King

District 2, Term ends: January 10, 2028

Mindy King is a lifelong resident of Baldwin City and a USD 348 graduate. She is a Reading Specialist in a neighboring district and has a diverse background in K-12 public education for over ten years. Mindy holds a masters degree in Reading instruction and has an endorsement in English as a second language.

She and her husband Jay have three children, all attending (or will soon attend) Baldwin City Schools. When not working she enjoys spending her free time attending community events, cooking, DIY projects, and spending time outdoors with family.

Because of her deep roots in Baldwin City, Mindy wanted to serve on the board to continue the support of students, teachers, and community members for the common goal of student success in the areas of academics, behavior and social-emotional needs. #BaldwinBuilt
Chris Perry

Chris Perry

District 3, Position 6, Term ends: January 10, 2026

Chris has a diverse background in K-12 education, with over ten years experience as a paraprofessional, special education teacher, behavior specialist, administrative intern,  and state trainer with the Kansas Technical Assistance System Network (TASN). Since joining TASN in 2014, he has worked with districts across Kansas in developing and implementing their Multi-Tier System of Supports (MTSS) framework to meet the needs of all students. Chris holds degrees in Psychology, Special Education, and School Leadership. Additionally, he also runs an education consulting business called Cultivate Education with his wife.

Chris and his wife Stephanie moved to Baldwin City in 2014, and have loved raising their three daughters in this wonderful community. The oldest two daughters are in elementary school, with the youngest to join in a few more years. When not working and raising his three young kids, Chris enjoys starting (and sometimes even completing) home improvement projects, spending time outdoors, gardening, and traveling.
Susan Schiffelbein

Susan Schiffelbein

District 2, Position 5, Term ends: January 10, 2026

Susan Schiffelbein and her family moved to Baldwin City in January of 2005.  Her
husband, Gregg, is a Law Enforcement Officer in the Kansas City area.  Their three
children graduated from Baldwin High School.

Susan Joined TASN’s Kansas MTSS & Alignment project in 2015. In this role she
assists school districts across Kansas with their improvements goals for student
achievement and well-being, along with systemic cohesion of their MTSS
framework. Prior, Susan had a range of teaching and instructional coaching
experience in grades PK-7. As well, she served as the district coordinator for a
Multi-tier System of Supports (MTSS) framework.

Susan believes that serving on the school board is an important role. She values
collaborating with others to ensure high academic standards, well-being supports
for students and staff alike, and making data-based decisions that impact policy
and improve student achievement. She is a staunch supporter of those who have
made education their career. “Public education is sometimes a thankless job and
the resilience our USD #348 staff have shown the past few years reveals such
strength of character!”

Susan enjoys activities with her family and friends such as golfing, reading, games,
and traveling.
Brad Peterson

Brad Peterson

Position at-large, Term ends: January 10, 2028