Michelle Howell has served as a board member since 2007 and as Board President since 2012. Her current term expires in 2019. Michelle has a Bachelor's Degree in nursing from Central Methodist College and serves as Director of the Senior Mental Health Unit at Moberly Regional Medical Center. She and her husband, John, have four children: Tyler, Timothy, Sarah and Mikela and two grandchildren: Knox and Barrett. They live in rural Fayette.
Tim Jackman has served as a board member since 1999 when he was appointed to fill a vacated term. His current term expires in 2018. He has served as Vice President of the board for several years. Tim is Vice President, Risk Management and Legal Services, of Missouri Employers Mutual Insurance Company. Tim has two children: Jonathan and Chase. Tim resides in Fayette.
Gary Gose has served as a board member consistently since 2008. He was appointed to fill a term and then served a three year term previously. His current term expires in 2017. Gary retired from the New Franklin school district as a shop teacher. He is married to Maria and together they have five children and seven grandchildren. They reside in rural Fayette.
Eric McSwain has served as a board member since 2016. His current term expires in 2019. Eric is an IT Manager at the University of Missouri, Columbia, and he is a former infantryman in the United States Marine Corp. He is married to Jodi and they have two daughters, Jessamine and Erin.
Larry Anderson has served as a board member since 2014 when he was appointed to fill a vacancy. His current term expires in 2017. Larry is a professor at CMU where he has worked for the past 33 years. He is married to Terri. Larry has two children, Amy Valencia and Nathan Anderson and Terri has two children, Tennille and Kristen Langdon. All four are graduates of FHS. They have seven grandchildren and reside in Fayette.
Dr. Jean Schmidt has served as a board member since 2015. Her current term expires in 2018. Jean is a veterinarian currently employed by the Missouri Department of Agriculture. Jean has two children, Carly and Dustyn. They live on a small farm in rural Fayette where they raise sheep, which help support their horse habit.