Seaberg appointed to fill School Board vacancy

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Suzanne W. Seaberg

Suzanne W. Seaberg

On Monday, July 11, the School Board of the City of Manassas voted unanimously to appoint Suzanne W. Seaberg as its newest member. Mrs. Seaberg was sworn in on Thursday, July 14 at the Prince William County Courthouse, and her term is effective immediately. Her appointment follows the resignation of Board Member Ellen M. Purdy.  

“The Board is very excited that Mrs. Seaberg will be joining us. She has been very active in our school community and we look forward to her valuable input,” said Tim Demeria, Chairman of the Board.

Seaberg’s involvement in Manassas City Public Schools (MCPS) has been extensive, including serving as President of the Jennie Dean Elementary and Metz Middle Parent Teacher Associations (PTA), as well as Vice President of the Mayfield Intermediate PTA. Additionally, she has served as chairperson for the division’s Gifted and Talented Advisory Committee, Vice-Chair of the MCPS Safe Schools Advisory Council, and is a founding member of the Mayfield and Metz Band Boosters.

Her community involvement includes graduating from the 2015 MCPS Parent and Community Leadership Academy, and serving on the City of Manassas Citizens Advisory Committee and Manassas City Public Schools Education Foundation. Seaberg has further served the youth in the community through leadership roles in organizations such as Girl Scout Council of the Nation’s Capital and 4-H. Additionally, she has volunteered for Emergency Families for Children and the successful Manassas Backpack Attack Program.

Seaberg and her husband, Walter, have three children in MCPS schools. “I look forward to continuing my support for Manassas City Public Schools by offering my experience in volunteer roles that I have served in as an advocate for the interests of students and teachers,” Seaberg said. “All of my experiences have led me to this point. I am honored to now serve in the role as a member of the School Board.”

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