Cobb County Board of Education

Randy Scamihorn - Post 1

After serving his country and community in several leadership roles, Randy Scamihorn embarked on his latest career venture January 3, 2013 as a Board Member of the Cobb County Board of Education. He began his first year as Chair, served his second year as Vice Chair, and was elected Chair again in his third year. With a Bachelor's degree in Electronic Engineering and a Master’s degree in General Administration, 26 years in the military and 14 years as a teacher and administrator in CCSD, Randy is uniquely positioned to understand issues from multiple points of view. Married for 45 years to his wife Debbie, a teacher of 22 years in CCSD, and father of a middle school teacher in CCSD, Randy shares his loyalty to Cobb Schools with his family. His son and daughter both attended Cobb County schools, as did his older grandson. His younger grandson still attends a Cobb County school. Randy spent three years in the U.S. Army as an enlisted soldier and served 23 years in the U.S. Air Force as a commissioned officer. Randy’s teaching and administrative duties began at Central Alternative School, then Technology Chair at Sprayberry High School, Assistant Principal at North Cobb High and later Assistant Principal at Daniell Middle School. He was voted by the North Cobb faculty as Outstanding Educator of the year. As a staunch Republican supporter and fiscal conservative, Randy pledges to work toward the effective use of money with the retention of highly qualified teachers as a top priority. He is dedicated to the parents and students of Cobb County and works to provide the students with the best education possible.

Note:
Randy Scamihorn has met the 9-hour, state-mandated training requirement for 2016


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