Enep’ut Children’s Center is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation governed by a board of directors. Enep’ut’s bylaws mandate that the board be composed of at least seven directors, and two directors of those seven will be staff advocates. Parents, staff, and interested community members are members of the corporation and vote on issues directed to the general membership. Directors are then voted in at the yearly fall membership meeting and appointments last one year. The current term began October 25, 2015. Parents and staff are encouraged to attend and participate in monthly board meetings. General board meetings are usually the second Tuesday of the month from 6-8pm at Enep’ut. Please contact the Board of Directors at email@example.com.
|Michael Radgosky, President
Michael is an Enep’ut parent and has been married for more than 5 years. He has a history of service to his community through multiple avenues including Boy Scouts, Civil Air Patrol, 5 years of law enforcement, and 5 years in the Army. In addition to working with Enep’ut, Michael is also a volunteer in the Army’s Morale, Welfare, and Recreation (MWR) program, which supports personnel and family wellness. Michael’s goals for Enep’ut are to support its vision and educational program by providing as much help as possible through his experience and connections. Michael also prides himself on his random knowledge of random trivia.
|Janene McMahan, Vice President
Janene is a parent of an Enep’ut preschooler. She has been involved with the program for several years and is always looking to help improve the school.
|Bridget Watson, Treasurer
Bridget is an Enep’ut parent. She was born and raised in Minnesota, received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin- Madison in 2000 and came to Alaska in 2001. She worked at Beaver Sports for a few years which fueled her love of the outdoors and all that Alaska offers. In 2003 she took a job at the University of Alaska Fairbanks where she currently works in research administration. She earned her MBA from the University of Alaska Fairbanks in 2012. Bridget enjoys cycling, hiking, swimming and cross-country skiing and dabbles in star-gazing and keeping chickens.
|Alison Anders, Director-at-large
Alison is an Enep’ut parent dedicated to maintaining a safe and quality educational environment for Enep’ut’s children. She moved up from Illinois last spring, her family is temporarily in Alaska but have been a huge part of eneputb since joining us.
Letter of the week: I
Words: Ice, Icecream
Today in Circle we did a litte experiment and made our very own icecream, we learned that not all experiments turn out how we want them. We had a few issues with our bags tearing and our icecream ended up being a little more salty than sweet. It was a good experiment that we will probably try again
Upcoming: Mad Scientists Workshop🌪🔭🔬
Tie Dye Party