- SCUC ISD
- Board of Trustees
Amy M. Thomas - Place 5
Term Ends: November 2025
Amy M. Thomas was elected to the SCUC ISD Board of Trustees in November of 2021. She has been a resident of the community since 2005. Mrs. Thomas has been passionately dedicated as a parent, volunteer, and advocate for families in the District for numerous years. She is committed to being an advocate, and a collaborative partner for the community in her role as Board Trustee.
She is currently serving as a member of the District Improvement Committee and also served on the Strategic Planning committee assisting in the development of the District’s 2022-2026 Strategic Plan. Mrs. Thomas enjoys visiting schools and spending time at a wide variety of District events to support all District students and staff. She believes advocacy begins at district level by actively engaging with the school community.
Her roots run deep in the SCUC area and her passion for students, and love for community is what led her to run for the Board. She attended school in SCUC ISD for several years, and her father and husband, Terry, were previously employed by the District.
Prior to being elected, Mrs. Thomas assisted her husband during his former position as a Youth Pastor and Children’s Pastor in the local community. Together, they organized and led many free community outreach events, served as student and couple small group leaders, as well as volunteered and helped many families and students in the community and surrounding areas where needed.
Prior to her current Office Manager position, Thomas had a career in marketing. She took a sabbatical from work between her marketing and management jobs to devote more time to her family after her youngest child was born.
Amy and her husband have been married for 32 years and have four children and four grandchildren. Their three oldest are graduates of the District, and their youngest currently attends junior high school at SCUC. Her two oldest daughters were so positively influenced and inspired by SCUC educators that they have gone on to become school teachers themselves.