School Board
Pampa ISD Board of Trustees

 

District Mission

Our mission is to produce learners who are compassionate, competent, confident, and future-ready!

Matt Brock

Matt Brock

President

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  • Place 3
  • Term: 5/2010 – 5/2013 & 5/2015 – 5/2023
  • Served 9 years on the PISD Board of Trustees
  • Currently serves on the PISD Heritage Room Committee and Facilities Committee; and has previously served on the PISD Dress Code Committee
  • Graduate of Pampa High School
  • Graduate of West Texas A&M University, BBA in Accounting
  • Business owner of:  Brock’s Weed Control, Inc. 
  • Member of First Baptist Church, and serves on the Clarendon College Pampa Center Foundation, and  The Gray County Appraisal District Board
  • Family:  Wife, Wendi; Children: Megan, Ethan, and Haley
     

Lance DeFever

Lance DeFever

Vice-President

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  • Place 6
  • Term 5/2013 - 5/2021
  • Served 18 years on the PISD Board of Trustees
  • Currently serves on the PISD Facilities Committee and the Safety and Security Committee
  • Graduate of Pampa High School 
  • Manager of Fairview Cemetery Association since 1999
  • Member of First Baptist Church
  • Family:  Wife, Brooke; Children: Reed DeFever, Spencer DeFever, Ethan DeFever and Will Vise; Grandchildren: Madelain DeFever and Blayke DeFever
     

Denise Intemann

Denise Intemann

Member

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  • Place 2 
  • Term   5/2019-5/2023
  • Served 2 years on the PISD Board of Trustees
  • Currently serves on Facilities Committee and the Grade Level Task Force
  • Graduate of Southwestern Oklahoma State University with a BS in Elementary Education – Concentration in Math
  • Retired Teacher / Instructional Specialist, Pampa ISD – 28 years
  • Former Pampa Junior High Teacher of the Year – 2007
  • Member of First Baptist Church
  • Family:  Husband, Robin; Children: Karissa and husband Vance; Kailee and husband Austin; Grandchildren: Crew, Case, and Lola
     

Luis Nava

Luis Nava

Secretary

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  • Place 4
  • Term: 6/2015 – 5/2021
  • Served on the PISD Board of Trustees for 6 years
  • Currently serves on the PISD SHAC Committee, and the CTE Steering Committee; previously served on the Memorial Project Committee
  • Graduate of Spearman High School
  • Industrial machinist for Phillips 66 Borger refinery
  • Member of the First Baptist Church
  • Family:  Wife, Mary Margaret; Children: Elaine and Marianna
     

David Godino

Dr. David Godino

Member

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  • Place 5
  • Term: 5/2019 - 5/2021
  • Served on the Pampa ISD Board of Trustees for 2 years
  • Currently serves on the PISD SHAC Committee and the Grade Level Task Force
  • Graduate of Canadian High School
  • Graduate of Texas Tech University – BS in Health Sciences, and Doctor of Physical Therapy 
  • Partner at PhyTEx Rehabilitation, LLC
  • Member of Redeemer Church
  • Family:  Wife, Brooke; Sons: Cruise, Case, and Cooper
     

Richard Qualls

Richard Qualls

 Member

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  • Place 1
  • Term 5/2011 - 5/2023
  • Served 10 years on the PISD Board of Trustees
  • Currently serves on the PISD Facilities Committee, and the CTE Steering committee
  • Graduate of Booker High School
  • Graduated form Texas Tech with a BS in Agriculture/Economics
  • Employment: Project Manager for Conners Industries
  • Member of the First Baptist Church
  • Family:  Wife, Tiffany; son Rylan
     

Cay Warner

Cay Warner

Member

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  • Place 7
  • Term 5/2010 - 5/2021
  • Served 11 years on the PISD Board of Trustees
  • Currently serves on the Pampa ISD Heritage Room Committee, and previously served on the Profile of a Graduate Committee
  • Graduate of Odessa High School
  • Graduate of Baylor University with a BA
  • Graduate of University of Texas at Austin – M.Ed. Educational Administration and Supervision
  • Retired with 24 years in public education
  • Member of the First United Methodist Church, Pampa Retired Classroom Teachers Association, Pampa Lovett Library Foundation, and Clarendon College Pampa Center Foundation Board
  • Family:  Husband, Mark; Children: Rebekah Elliott and husband Zac, and Mary Alice Warner Williams and husband Stewart; and Grandchildren: Eliza, Benjamin, and Sutton Elliott, and Baby Williams due in February 2021.
     

Vision:  Pampa ISD will become the premier destination district in the Panhandle!

Goals:

  • Excellence in Academics: Accelerate student academic achievement to ensure students are college and career ready
  • Staff Quality: Ensure a high-performing faculty and staff to accomplish our mission
  • Community Engagement: Develop and maintain systems for authentic community engagement
  • Student Services/Special Populations: Develop a comprehensive system to serve special populations
  • Extracurricular Programs: Increase participation and improve performance results in all extra-curricular endeavors
  • Facilities: Ensure that PISD provides appropriate facilities that meet the growing and changing needs of current and future generations of students and staff
  • Finances: Develop and manage a balanced budget annually that provides financial stability in Pampa ISD 

Core Values

Student Success

Quality Staff

Customer Service

Community Engagement

Effective Stewardship 

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Texas Local Government Code, Chapter 176

Pampa Independent School District is required to maintain a public Internet list of local government officers and disclosure statements covering conflicts of interest. Disclosure is required of officers of the district and their family members with regard to persons or agents contracting with the District or persons or agents responding to District quotations, bids, proposals, or requests for qualifications if:

1. the person has employment or other business relationship with the local government officer or a family member resulting in the officer or family member receiving taxable income; or

2. the person has given the local government officer or family member one or more gifts (excluding food, lodging, transportation, and entertainment) that have an aggregate value of more than $250 in the twelve month period preceding the date the officer becomes aware of an executed contract or consideration of the person for a contract to do business with the District.

Statements must be filed within 7 business days after the officer becomes aware a conflict of interest exists.

Officers of the Pampa Independent School District required to make such disclosures are:

  • Richard Qualls, Place 1
  • Denise Intemann, Place 2
  • Matt Brock, Place 3
  • Luis Nava, Place 4
  • David Godino, Place 5
  • Lance DeFever, Place 6
  • Cay Warner, Place 7

 

Submitted Disclosure Forms

Richard Qualls

Denise Intemann

Matt Brock

Luis Nava

David Godino

Lance DeFever

Cay Warner