BOARD of EDUCATION



Mission Statement

Fostering learning, excellence and civic responsibility.

MOC-Floyd Valley is committed to establishing learning and discovery experiences, both inside and outside the classroom, that enable our students to achieve their greatest potential. By engaging in challenging academics, diverse educational environments, and dynamic extra-curricular activities, students are empowered to develop deep knowledge and strong character that will equip them as they navigate life’s challenges and become active, responsible citizens.




Core Values and Belief Statements

Individuals in the MOC-Floyd Valley School District will reflect these core values:
Caring

We will show a genuine interest in and sensitivity towards others.


Responsibility

We will be accountable for our actions and choices both individually and collectively.


Cooperation

We will work together in partnership – school, families, and communities.


Excellence

We will expect, strive for and encourage the highest level of achievement.

Effort

We will demonstrate diligence and perseverance to achieve our personal best.


Integrity

We will consistently reflect honesty and high moral character.


Respect

We will recognize and honor the intrinsic worth of others as well as ourselves while valuing property and belongings.

Creativity

We will foster a safe learning environment where creative thinking and positive risk-taking are valued and nurtured




The Board of Education

Shane Jager, President - sjager@mocfv.org

Amy Kleinhesselink, Vice-President - akleinhesselink@mocfv.org

Christine Koerselman, Member - ckoerselman@mocfv.org

Chris Immeker, Member - cimmeker@mocfv.org

Mere Reyes, Member - mreyes@mocfv.org

Russ Adams, Superintendent

Kim Dykstra, Secretary

The MOC-Floyd Valley Community School District will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, disability, religion, creed, marital status, sexual orientation or gender identity.