School Board

NOTICE: The Central Kitsap School District Board of Directors will abide by Governor Inslee's Proclamation 20-28, "prohibiting any public agency from conducting any meeting subject to RCW 42.30 unless (a) the meeting is not conducted in-person and instead provided an option(s) for the public to attend the proceedings through, at minimum, telephonic access, and may also include other electronic, internet or other means of remote access, and (b) provides the ability for all persons attending the meeting to hear each other at the same time." Members of the public can attend meetings remotely or by phone. Visit the BoardDocs agendas & minutes website for details.

Beginning August 26, 2020, we will be accepting all public comments verbally. If you would like to express your views at a meeting, please complete and submit this 
Central Kitsap School District Public Comment Form 30 minutes prior
 to a board meeting.

Please be aware that comment forms are considered a public record. Comments not verbally shared at a board meeting will be provided to board members. If you have questions about public comments, please email

As a Central Kitsap voter, you elect five school board directors to:

  • Hire and evaluate superintendents
  • Set policies that set standards and a framework for governing the district
  • Reviews progress on district goals
  • Adopt a balanced budget every year
  • Approve textbooks and other instructional materials
  • Represent you and represent the district


Directors normally meet on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month at 6:00 p.m. Most meetings are held at the Teaching and Learning Center, 1400 NE McWilliams Road, Bremerton. We welcome you to join us and share your comments at our regular board meetings.

Directors also hold occasional study sessions before meetings to learn about and discuss topics in depth. The board may also appoint members to committees, which meet separately.

We publish agendas two days before each meeting. You can find agendas and minutes from past meetings on our meeting agendas and minutes site.

Check our online calendar for upcoming meetings, or download our meeting schedule (pdf).

Meet the School Board

map of boundaries, link to pdf map from Kitsap County ElectionsDirectors are elected to four-year terms. They must live in the portion of Central Kitsap School District that they represent, but voters throughout the school district vote on all candidates. Download a pdf map of director boundaries from Kitsap County Auditor's office.

President: Bruce Richards (term ends in 2021)

Bruce Richards

Director of District 1, including:


  • Cottonwood Elementary
  • Woodlands Elementary
  • Fairview Middle
  • Olympic High


Contact him at, or at 360-698-4113.


Vice President: Jeanie Schulze (term ends in 2023)

Jeanie SchulzeDirector of District 4, including:

  • Clear Creek Elementary
  • Emerald Heights Elementary
  • Silver Ridge Elementary
  • Ridgetop Middle

Contact her at or at 360-908-5001


Legislative Representative: Eric Greene (term ends in 2021)

Eric GreeneDirector of District 5, including:

  • Cougar Valley Elementary
  • Green Mountain Elementary
  • Klahowya Secondary

Contact him at, or at 360-434-0110.


Member: Drayton Jackson (term ends in 2023)

Drayton Jackson

Director of District 3, including:
  • Brownsville Elementary
  • Esquire Hills Elementary
  • PineCrest Elementary

Contact him at


Member: Rob MacDermid (term ends in 2023)

Rob MacDermid

Director of District 2, including:

  • Hawk Elementary at Jackson Park
  • Silverdale Elementary
  • Central Kitsap Middle
  • Central Kitsap High
  • Alternative Schools

Contact him at