Appointment of new board members

Revere welcomes one new Revere Board of Education member and two new appointed Cuyahoga Valley Career Center members.

During the March 14 regular board of education meeting, Courtney Stein was appointed as the newest member of the board, taking the seat vacated by former elected member, Mike Kahoe, who resigned in late February due to a relocation. Stein’s term will continue through December 31, 2023.

Stein, once an educator herself, cares deeply about the Revere Local Schools. She has been a Revere resident for the past 16 years.  She and her husband (and high school sweetheart) Matt, have two daughters, Avery, who currently attends Revere High School, and Meredith, a 2022 Revere graduate who now attends the University of Pittsburgh.

Jennifer Burke and Michael Wiant will be filling the vacancies on the CVCC Board of Education. The terms expire on December 31, 2023. The Revere Board made these two appointments in March.

Over the past few years, Wiant has developed a passion for the “trades,” like construction, electrical, plumbing, but specifically, automotive.  All of these trades are taught at CVCC. Professionally, Wiant works in the automotive industry. He is passionate about working with CVCC and in workforce development.

Wiant is married to Kristi and they have three children who attend Revere Schools.

Jennifer Burke has long appreciated what CVCC offers our local communities. She is a Revere graduate who took classes and participated in programming at CVCC. Consequently, she is quite familiar with CVCC and their program offerings. With the decrease in college enrollment nationally, she appreciates what CVCC offers in terms of exploring vocations and providing experience outside of the traditional four-year college degree.

Burke and her husband, Tom, are raising twin girls who will begin high school next year and a son who will be transitioning to Revere Middle School. Professionally, Burke works full-time in the insurance industry.

Congratulations, Courtney, Jennifer, and Michael and thank you for your support of our students and Revere Local Schools. ∞