“My education qualifies me as an excellent candidate for Plainfield School Board. I am also well-connected to the Plainfield community. My position as director of a local out of school program and my volunteer work at a local church brings me in contact with families every day. My daughter is currently a student at Clark’s Creek Elementary and I have been a regular school volunteer since she was in kindergarten. These experiences provide me with insight to the needs of the families of Plainfield.”
Scott J. Flood
A member of Plainfield’s School Board since 2000, Scott Flood has a very personal commitment to the future health of the community’s schools: he and Andrea have a daughter who is a junior at PHS and sons who graduated in 2006 and ‘09.
As a board member, Scott has focused on affordably implementing state and federal accountability measures, advocating programs to help children at risk of failure, working to improve the school corporation’s communication with staff and the community, and spearheading long-term planning efforts to meet educational needs and the community’s growth while keeping Plainfield’s school tax rate low.
Scott’s extensive civic involvement has included leadership roles with Leadership Hendricks County, Hendricks County Angel of Hope, the Van Buren and Kindergarten Center PTOs, Plainfield Plus, Boy Scout Troop 308, and the Business Marketing Association.
He has also been involved with the Plainfield Town Center Oversight Committee, Community Values Awareness Program, Kids’ Summer Lunch Bunch, Guilford Township Civic Association, and St. Susanna’s religious education program.
The nationally published writer has operated a communications consulting business since 1995, serving clients throughout Indiana and the nation.
In 2008, he was named Hendricks County Leader of the Year by Leadership Hendricks County.
Dana L. Johnson
David E. Mansfield
In support of the mission of the school corporation, Dave Mansfield has served on the PCSC School Board for the past 20 years. His focus has been confronting concerns with property taxes, future funding at local and state levels, improved test scores, a continued high caliber of teachers and administrators, and managed growth and increased demands on the school system.