The school board meets on the first Monday of the month. The meetings are open to public attendance and
held at the school, 400 Earhart St, Medford, OR 97501, at 5:30 p.m.
School board minutes are available upon request. Please send any requests to Patty Fincher, board secretary.
The board meetings are held on the first Monday of every month at 5:30 p.m.
The public is welcome to attend.
Col. David Dotterrer served as a career Marine, as a consultant with the Defense Department, and as a budget analyst in the Oregon State Legislature. During his career in the Marine Corps he commanded units of up to 1300 Marines and managed multi-million dollar budgets, retiring as a Colonel. During his career he earned two Masters Degrees, in military history and national security strategy and policy, as well as worked in the strategic planning arena in the Pentagon giving him expertise in strategic planning and policy development. As a consultant with the Defense Department he worked on operational analysis and test issues as well as leading teams which prepared proposals to the Defense Department. Finally, as a budget coordinator and analyst he gained extensive experience in State budget and policy issues.
Patty Fincher has been a resident of the Rogue Valley for 18 years and a life-long resident of Oregon. Married for 24 years, Patty feels blessed to be a stay at home mom raising 5 children, three of which have graduated from Logos Public Charter School.
Patty has served in the community through church, schools and the Craterian Theater. She has served on the Logos Public Charter School Board since 2011 and says she looks forward to the future of LPCS, and being a part of the great things that are in store.
Hiram Kinney brings to the LPCS Board nearly 4 decades of business industry experience in Southern Oregon. He is a senior business banking relationship manager for a bank in Medford. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a minor in music from Southern Oregon University. Kinney has numerous outside interests including fly fishing, sport-shooting, leatherworking, and he adds, “spoiling 3 grandchildren,” who also live in the Rogue Valley.
Reagan Knopp has over seven years of experience in public policy and political advocacy. He worked for four years in the Oregon State Capitol on Education and Health Care Policy. He currently runs his own digital marketing firm. Reagan and his wife, Caitlynn, are lifelong Oregonians as well as recent transplants to Medford. Reagan enjoys camping and hiking in the Oregon outdoors with his wife and their dog, Rufus.
Patrick Rochon is an Oregon Native that has lived in the Rogue Valley for 11 years with his wife and 5 children. Since moving to Medford from the Oregon coast, Patrick has worked at Providence and continued his education. Patrick was home schooled from 5th grade through high school and recognizes the importance of supporting families in their effort to provide the best education for their children. Patrick brings with him experience gained through work in community relations and project management as Injury Prevention and Emergency Management Coordinator at Providence Medford Medical Center. He also brings experience from prior work for the Oregon Dept. of Correction, as a carpenter and a Fire Capt. to the table in his dedication to serving the community.
Patrick enjoys playing the guitar with his children (4 of 5 play the guitar) as well as a good game of “I spy with my little eye”.
Amanda graduated from Southern Oregon University in 2001 with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting. She is a partner at Moss Adams, where she has worked since 2000.
David Orr was elected as a Jackson County Circuit Judge in 2018. His previous experience includes several years as a public defense attorney in Kansas and as a civil lawyer before becoming a prosecutor for Linn County in 2000. He became deputy district attorney in Jackson County in 2003.
David has unique perspectives that will contribute to our board. David did not come from a privileged background, experiencing poverty and other challenges in his younger years. He started college as a “non-traditional student” at the age of 23 and worked his way through college and law school as a laborer. David is married to his wife Melissa and has been performing in a jazz band since 2010.
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