St. Clair County Community College’s Board of Trustees has filled a vacant board seat. The vacancy was filled at a special meeting on Tuesday evening at the college with Brad Gudme of Emmett being appointed to fill the seat. Gudme is the Superintendent of Memphis Schools, and was selected from the 13 who applied for the position.
Gudme is slated to serve for approximately 15 months with his term expiring on December 31st, 2020. Gudme said, he is “honored and very excited to have been selected for the SC4 Board of Trustees.” He added that he hopes his “experiences in education and interactions with the college through dual enrollment and the Blue Water Middle College Academy will bring value to the board.” Gudme finished by saying his aim is to increase awareness of SC4 and all of the outstanding resources it has to offer to the community.
Reporting for WGRT, Karly Hurley.