If you live in Skippack, Trappe, and Collegeville you’re in the right place.
JUDY LOFTON M.S. – SCHOOL BOARD
Judy Lofton, MS, has lived in Skippack for 14 years with her husband Charles and four children, all of whom currently attend or have graduated from Perkiomen Valley School District. Mrs. Lofton has held many volunteer leadership and supporting roles in a variety of youth and school-related activities, including six years as a Girl Scout troop leader. Mrs. Lofton is also President of JCL Communications, LLC, a medical writing and consulting company, and has over 20 years’ experience developing continuing education programs for health care professionals. Mrs. Lofton earned her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania, and her Master’s degree from Drexel University.
BETH ROBERTS – SCHOOL BOARD
A PV alum and child of PV teachers, Beth is now happily retired from a career with Aetna. Beth and her husband Paul live in Spring Mount. She believes in the unfathomable benefit of a public education, providing students with opportunities to experience a diverse community, learn valuable collaboration skills and develop the highest level of individual achievement in all aspects of their lives. She wants to support PV kids and provide them with the same opportunities, like the experience she had when she herself was a PV student.
WAYDE M. WESTON, PhD – SCHOOL BOARD
A pharmaceutical scientist, Wayde and his wife Cindy are proud parents of a recent PV grad and have another daughter at the high school. Wayde supports rigorous academics, balanced with robust extra-curricular programs that will enable all students to reach their full potential. His son, now in law school, benefited from the excellent education he received at PV.
EUGENE J. HALUS, Jr., PhD – SCHOOL BOARD
The Director of Graduate Education for Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge, he provides continuing education for teachers and students. He has over 25 years of experience in education. Dr. Halus and his wife Chris are the proud parents of two PV students. Gene believes in being informed and educated about school decisions and using that knowledge to transform educational solutions.