The Clinton Public School District's Board of Trustees is the governing body ensuring that CPSD provides a high quality education to the children of the Clinton community. The School Board is comprised of five members appointed by the city of Clinton.
Mr. Lewis is a 1989 graduate of Clinton High School, and joined the board in 2012. He holds a bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice from Delta State University, and is a graduate of the Mississippi Law Enforcement Training Academy, the Detective and New Criminal Investigator School, Vehicle Theft Investigation School and Mississippi's Certified Investigator School.
He is an ordained minister at Emmanuel Tabernacle in Christ Church. He and his wife Vickie have two children, a daughter who is a Clinton High School graduate and a son still enrolled in CPSD.
Mr. Lewis serves as a criminal investigator in the Hinds County District Attorney's Office, and is a former officer in the Clinton Police Department. He also owns the Lambs of God Christian Academy preschool in Clinton.
Mrs. Grogan has served on the Board of Trustees since March 2008. She and her husband Bill are the parents of three children. Two children are Clinton High School graduates, and one child still attends Clinton Public Schools.
Mrs. Grogan is Executive Director of the Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Mississippi Foundation. She is also a Certified Public Accountant. She is a member of the Healthcare Financial Management Association, the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, and the Mississippi Society of Certified Public Accountants. She is a graduate of Leadership Clinton.
She is a member of Leadership Clinton and serves as Judges Chairman for the Clinton Junior Miss Program. She is a member of First Baptist Church.
Mrs. Williams joined the Board of Trustees in 2008. She and her husband Michael are the parents of two children, both Clinton High School graduates.
Mrs. Williams is a member of the Mississippi Bar and works part-time as a hearing officer for the Mississippi Employees Appeals Board in Jackson.
She is a member of Christ the King Catholic Church in Jackson, and is a member of the Junior Auxiliary of Clinton.
Mr. Wilbanks received his B.S. Degree from Mississippi College and he received a Juris Doctorate from the University of Mississippi School of Law in 1986.
Mr. Wilbanks is a 1989 graduate of Leadership Mississippi and has served on the Board of Directors of the National Leigh's Disease Foundation. He has also served as a President of the Board of Directors of the Mississippi Children's Legal Clinic. He is a member of the Clinton Chamber of Commerce and has served on the Mississippi College School of Business Alumni Advisory Board and the Mississippi College Child Advocacy Program Advisory Board. He is presently serving on the Board of Directors for Brilla Soccer Ministry. He was named Mississippi's Outstanding Young Lawyer for 2000.
He is married to Alicia Smith Wilbanks and they have three daughters: Allyce, Annaclaire, and Abigail. Chip and his family are active members of First Baptist Church of Jackson.
He is a member of the American Bar Association, the Mississippi Bar and the Hinds County Bar Association. He is past president of the Mississippi Bar Young Lawyers Division. He also served as Second Vice President of the Mississippi Bar and served on the Board of Bar Commissioners and on the Mississippi Bar Foundation. He is a Fellow of the Mississippi Bar Young Lawyers.
Mr. Homes joined the Board of Trustees in 2012. He is a Clinton native and a graduate of Clinton High School. He holds a bachelor of science degree in accounting from Mississippi College and a master's degree in Business Administration.
Mr. Holmes worked for Ikon Office Solutions for 18 years in sales, sales management and served as marketplace president. In 2004, he joined his brother in the specialty advertising business. They currently own Holmes Specialty Advertising and American T's located in Clinton.
Mr. Holmes has served on the board of The Mustard Seed and the Make-A-Wish Foundation. He is a member of Morrison Heights Baptist Church where he has served as a deacon and served on various committees. He is the chairman of the Child Development Center committee. He spends much of his time coaching the various sports in which his children are involved.
Mr. Holmes has been married to Penny Smith of Pascagoula for nearly 18 years. They are the proud parents of Claire, Madeline and Grant, all students in the Clinton Public School District.