Following in-person interviews of four candidates, members of the Huron Valley Schools Board of Education selected Amy Grzymkowski of Commerce Township to fill a vacant seat on the board after the resignation of Jeff Long.
Grzymkowski has served in a number of volunteer roles in support of HVS, including co-chair of the Citizens for Quality Education Committee that assisted with the successful passage of a $200 million bond and sinking fund in 2019. In a professional capacity, Grzymkowski serves as director of the Highland-White Lake Business Association and as the marketing and human resources manager for the Western Oakland Transportation Authority.
Rose D’Ambrosi (Highland), Brian Conley (Commerce) and Eric Lakin (Milford) were also interviewed.
“As a board we were so pleased to have such a strong pool of candidates from which to choose,” said Sean Carlson, president of the HVS Board of Education. “It’s gratifying to see so many community members come forward with the goal of giving back to their community.”
“I am humbled and honored to have been selected to serve,” Grzymkowski said. “I look forward to working with the other board members and the administration to continue to position HVS as a destination school district.”