Regular School Board Meetings will be held on the second Monday of each month.
All meetings are open to the public.
If a person desires to have an item placed on the agenda,
please contact the Superintendent's Office one week prior to the scheduled meeting.
All School Board proceedings are published in the newspaper.
School Board Packets will be available to the public 24 hours prior to the Board Meetings.
Alison McGillivray, President
Alison McGillivray was elected to the West Central School Board in May 2019. Alison is a native of North Dakota where she graduated from Carrington High School in 2003. She is a graduate of South Dakota State University where she received her bachelor’s degree. Alison McGillivray is currently a Systems Analyst and Certified Salesforce Administrator at Sonifi Solutions in Sioux Falls. Alison is married to her husband Nathan, they have two children, one of which is currently attending West Central Schools because of the belief that the West Central School District provides an excellent learning environment and education. Alison looks forward to helping the West Central School District to continue to provide an excellent education and opportunities for the districts children.
Alexia "Lexy" Klinkhammer, Vice President
Alexia “Lexy” Klinkhammer is a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist at the Avera Specialty Hospital on Louise in Sioux Falls. She sits on the Advanced Practice Nursing Advisory Committee for the South Dakota Board of Nursing and is a member of the Hartford United Methodist Church where she is on the Education Board and serves as a liturgist and Sunday School Teacher. Lexy has a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and a Master of Science in Nurse Anesthesia, both from Mount Marty College. Lexy and her husband Jeremy reside in Hartford and have three children.
Kim Lanham is an attorney and partner with the Johnson, Janklow, Abdallah & Reiter law firm in Sioux Falls where she specializes in personal injury and civil litigation. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree with Honors in Criminal Justice and Spanish and a minor in Sociology from the University of South Dakota. She received her law degree from the University of Nebraska – Lincoln School of Law. Kim was admitted to the State Bar of South Dakota in 2004 and has been an active member since then, serving on the Civil Pattern Jury Instructions Committee, Negligence & Tort Committee, and Women in Law. She is also a member of the American Bar Association and South Dakota Trial Lawyers Association.
Kim is very active in the Hartford community. She serves on Christ Lutheran Church’s Council, Board of Education, teaches Christian Education, and assists with leading the High School Youth Group. Kim and her husband, Tony, reside in Hartford with their four children, all of whom attend the West Central School District.
I was raised on a dairy farm by Winfred, SD. I graduated from Madison High School and obtained an Associate of Applied Science Degree from Southeast Tech in Autobody. I have worked in and own my own body shop. I have been married 25 years this summer to Robin. We have 4 boys of which 3 are attending West Central and the fourth has graduated and lives in Wisconsin. My wife and I own Vista Crossing (apartments), Stomping Grounds (coffee shop) and Arrowhead Properties (snow removal) and our children help with the various businesses. I am an entrepreneur at heart and am instilling a strong work ethic and the business mentality to our children. I enjoy watching the Kansas City Chiefs, enjoy watching car races and ride atvs and snowmobiles.
My name is Amanda Kayser. I am a 2002 West Central graduate. I graduated from Augustana with a degree in nursing. I am currently a registered nurse in Sioux Falls. After college, I lived in Sioux Falls for several years while starting my career. When my husband, Shay, and I decided to start a family, we had a strong desire to move our children to a smaller community where they would strive academically and socially in a school district with a strong sense of community pride and support. Before our oldest started school, we moved back to the West Central district to an acreage by Wall Lake. We have three children (Adrienne, Madelyn, and Everett) currently in both the Hartford and Humboldt elementary schools who keep us busy with their numerous activities.
My children and our community are the two things that motivate me to run for this position. Serving on the school board would allow me to lead by example in order to show our kids it takes parental involvement to develop a strong sense of community. I have the ability to serve as an effective board member to provide adequate representation for all students in order to excel in academics, athletics, and fine arts to propel our community forward in a positive manner.