Mt Baldy has a three-member board, comprised of Margaret Glick, Evan Chapman and Marcia Campbell.  Our board works to continuously improve their effectiveness in governing Mt Baldy Joint School District.  

Meet the Board:

Margaret Glick - Board President

Margaret Glick has been a member of the Mt Baldy community for over 35 years.  Her connection to Mt Baldy School is varied and deep.  Aside from being an active parent volunteer when her two (now grown) children attended MBS, Margaret served as a teacher at the school, the principal/superintendent of MBS, and now a board member of the school.  Professionally, Margaret is an independent educational consultant, working with various schools across the nation.  She is passionate about supporting the creation of communities and environments that amplify learning for kids and adults.  

Evan Chapman - Board Secretary

Aside from being born and raised in Mt Baldy, Evan enjoyed attending Mt Baldy School in the 1970's, while his mother taught here. Evan has been a board member for 8 years, and plays a large role in the creation of outdoor learning spaces to enable our teachers and students to optimize their time outdoors while at school.  He is passionate about creating a school where dealing with the real world - events, problems and phenomena - lies at the heart of our program.

Marcia Campbell - Board Clerk

Marcia Campbell has lived in Mt Baldy for the past 30 years.  She taught at Mt Baldy School in the 1990's and her two daughters attended Mt Baldy School as well.  As a former resource specialist and special education teacher, Marcia brings a wealth of expertise to Mt Baldy's board.  Although retired from the world of education, Marcia stays connected and busy as a board member and an active classroom volunteer, as her grandson attends MBS.  Marcia is passionate about collaboration among school stakeholders and creating programs that capture and expand everyone's strengths.



Mt Baldy School - a learning community where students and faculty experience a connectedness to one another and the nature that surrounds us.  

In this environment, students not only become confident, competent academics, they graduate as compassionate, curious, creative, joyful, problem-solvers. 


Through intentional use of our natural surroundings and productive relationships, we use nature as a vehicle for our curricula while providing for the needs of the whole child.