Board of Directors Election

All members of the FHM Community are encouraged to vote for our BoD.

Election Window: All voting will close at approximately 6:30 PM on Thursday, April 25, 2019.

Community members include:

* Legal guardians of FHM students. Any legal guardian irrelevant of amount time spent with child(ren) or primary residence of child(ren) may submit a vote.

* FHM staff. All FHM staff get one vote and if a staff member is also a legal guardian, (s)he only votes once.

You may choose to vote electronically or by completing a paper ballot. The FHM Governance Committee facilitates the voting process and is committed to voter confidentiality. They will review ballots to ensure only one vote is made per eligible person.

Electronic Voting: You may submit your vote through a Google form

Paper Ballot: Paper ballots are available in the school lobby and can be completed through the election window. Paper ballots will also be available at the Annual State of the School Meeting on Thursday, April 25, 2019, at 6:00 PM. If you choose to vote using this electronic form, you are not eligible to submit a paper ballot.

To learn about this year’s candidates, please review the short bios and videos submitted by each candidate below.

This year, we have three candidates and three positions to be filled by Community vote. You can therefore vote for up to three people on the ballot.

Thank you for your participation!


Diane Fox 

Our family has been a part of the Free Horizon Montessori community for eight years. Our youngest child is currently in upper elementary. We believe it is a truly special learning environment! I have served on both the Community Support Network (CSN) and the School Accountability Committee (SAC) as well as filling an open interim BOD position this year. I feel like this year has given me the opportunity to learn about being a board member and that continuing in this role I could contribute in a much greater capacity. I look forward to working with administration and staff to ensure that FHM continues to thrive.

John Frost 

John Frost is a father of two FHM students, and product manager for a scientific instrument company. An avid rock-climber and active member of the community who participates in several different service organizations, John holds multiple graduate degrees in chemistry and is working toward a MBA. He has authored several papers in the Journal of Chemical Education and has taught in various settings from the pre-school through graduate level.

 Clark Frye 

Clark Frye is the father of 3 FHM students in the Dillon, Aspen, and Frisco LE classrooms. He was raised near Chicago, graduated from Indiana University, and is currently a digital marketing consultant specializing in data and analytics. Clark would like to join the FHM Board to do his part in ensuring that our children are provided with the best possible options, so they might develop into their best possible selves.

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