The Governing Board determines the mission and purpose of Career Path High and keeps it clearly in focus. They are responsible for ensuring that the academic program is successful, that the school program and operation is faithful to the terms of its charter, and that the school is a viable organization. The Board also oversees the financial health of the school and approves a budget which is published on the Utah Public Finance Website
Career Path High follows the Utah Open Meetings Act and all meetings are open to the public. Meeting information is posted at least twenty-four (24) hours in advance on the Utah Public Notice Website, along with previous meeting minutes and recordings. Meetings may be scheduled for the third Monday every other month based on the tentative 2019-2020 Annual Meeting Calendar.
Senator Jerry Stevenson has a rich background of community service. He has served as Weber State University Board of Trustees Chair, Envision Utah Chair, member of the DATC Board of Trustees, Layton City Planning Commission, Layton City Council, and Layton City Mayor for 12 years. Senator Stevenson currently serves as a State Senator and was appointed to his Senate seat on January 25, 2010.
Jerry is a local business owner of J&J Nursery and Garden Center in Layton. He is married and has children and grandchildren.
Dr. Dave Hansen entered the Air Force in 1986 and was commissioned in 1987 as a Distinguished Graduate from Officer Training School following graduation from the University of Utah. He served twenty-two years active duty as a career engineering officer, serving in a variety of positions as an engineer, Air Force Academy instructor, and staff officer.
Following his retirement in the fall of 2007, Dr. Hansen began his civilian service in the 309th Maintenance Wing as the Squadron Director of the 809 MXSS, the Science and Engineering Labs. He is currently the Director of the 309th Maintenance Support Group at Hill Air Force Base.
Dr. Hansen earned his Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Utah, Master of Science in Aeronautical Engineering from the Air Force Institute of Technology Ohio, and Doctor of Philosophy in Mechanical Engineering from Brigham Young University.
Clint Morris is a lifelong resident of Davis County. He has three children and a lovely wife, Stephanie. He earned a business degree in Supply Chain Management from Weber State University. Clint has worked for Lifetime Products since 1992, currently as the Vice President of Marketing.
Kim Ziebarth is the Vice President of Instruction at the Davis Technical College. Kim has worked as a Vice President of Quality and Development, an Information Technology instructor, a Senior Network Administrator, is a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer and Certified Internet Webmaster. She earned a bachelor’s degree from Boise State University and Master’s Degree in Education from Utah State University, where she was recognized as an Academic Scholar.
Kim serves on the board of directors for the National Technical Honor Society and Utah Women in Higher Education. As an instructor, she was recognized as Utah’s Distinguished Post-Secondary Information Technology Educator and is a recipient of the Governor Henry Blood Excellence in Teaching Scholarship.
Because of her experience, Kim is passionate about the role of Career and Technical Education in preparing students for employment and serving the needs of industry. Her knowledge of Davis Technical College programs, courses, faculty, and institutional practices contribute to her ability to connect and work well with academic and industry partners.
Angie Osguthorpe is the President/CEO of the Davis Chamber of Commerce. She is a native of Missouri but has resided in Utah for the past 25 years. Her educational background consists of Marketing and Business Logistics degrees from the University of Missouri and an MBA from BYU. Besides the Davis Chamber of Commerce, she has worked for companies such as Franklin Covey and Kaplan Educational Centers, and she taught graduate classes at the University of Phoenix for ten years.
Angie is involved in many civic organizations and enjoys volunteering and participating in athletic events. She is on the Board of Directors of the Davis Education Foundation, Utah Foundation, Mountain West Small Business Finance, and Career Path, among others. She is an Honorary Commander at HAFB and volunteers with the GOAL Foundation and Ogden Marathon.
She has three great kids, a son who recently got married and is finishing his engineering degree at Utah State, a daughter who is attending College of the Atlantic in Bar Harbor, Maine, and an 11th-grade boy and his best friend, a yellow lab/golden retriever mix, named Hudson.
In accordance with Utah Code Ann. Section 53G-7-309, the governing board receives a budget report each month. This budget report includes the following information: (i) the amounts of all budget appropriations; (ii) the disbursements from the appropriations as of the date of the report; and (iii) the percentage of the disbursements as of the date of the report.
The report is also available for public review. To receive a copy of a budget report(s), please email your request to email@example.com. Budget reports will be made available within five (5) business days of the request.
"Incredible, inspiring teachers who genuinely care about their students success and go above and beyond to help them succeed!"
"Without this amazing program, I wouldn't be where I am today, because of the amazing help from staff and my fellow students..."
"I was one of the very first students to attend when the school first opening. I really enjoyed it, the teacher are really understanding and passionate about your education..."
"Career Path High gave me control over my high school experience and what I wanted to accomplish in life. It taught me how to manage my time most efficiently. Because of CPH, I left with a diploma, certification, and half my associates degree. "
"...The counselor works really hard with the students to help them apply for scholarships... I would recommend this school to anyone looking for a more personal learning experience."