Board Of Education

Regular Meetings of the Clovis Municipal Schools Board of Education

5:30 PM, 4th Tuesday of each month
Board Room, Central Office
Clovis Municipal School District
1009 Main St. Clovis, NM 88101

Meeting schedules, agendas, agenda materials, minutes, policies and more are available online.

For questions or comments, please Email Tomi Chavez, Clerk of the Board, at 575.769.4320.

Board Information

Board Member Districts

In May 2022, the Board of Education voted to approve the redistricting of Board Members, effective January 1, 2023.

Click below to view the new district boundaries for the Board of Education.

Members of the Board of Education

Terry Martin

Terry Martin

Service: 2003 - current
Email Terry Martin
District 5

Map showing Board District 5

Cindy Osburn

Cindy Osburn

Vice President
Service: 2015 - current
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District 2

Map showing Board District 2

Sharon Epps

Sharon Epps

Board Secretary
Service: 2021 - current
Email Sharon Epps
District 1

Map showing Board District 1

Shawn Hamilton

Shawn Hamilton

Service: 2017 - current
Email Shawn Hamilton
District 4

Map showing Board District 4

Paul Cordova

Paul Cordova

Board Member
Service: 2011 - current
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District 3

Map showing Board District 3

The Board of Education of the Clovis Municipal Schools believes that every child and youth in Clovis, regardless of race, creed, or color, should be provided an opportunity for an education which will develop in each child the ability to use effectively the basic skills of learning; the ability to think objectively and creatively; the zeal for social intelligence and responsibility; a wholesome attitude toward life in general; the desire to build and maintain a healthy and useful body.

We believe that if a child is to play his role as a citizen in a democracy, the school must serve as a laboratory in which the essentials of democratic living are learned and practiced.

We regard the school as a place where children may enjoy a full and satisfying life as a part of their preparation of fruitful participation in the activities of life after leaving school.

We recognize the importance of spiritual values because it is through these values that the child learns best how to live the good and useful life.

We consider education a cooperative enterprise in that it demands the cooperative efforts of the community, the parents, teachers and pupils.