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Educational administrator

Charles Henry Baird, American educational administrator. Certified superintendent, business official, Illinois. Chairman administrative board United Methodist Church, New Lenox. Member Association School Business Officials (registered school business administrator), American Association School Administrators, Illinois Association School Business Officials, Will County Administrators Association, Kiwanis, Phi Delta Kappa.

Background

Baird, Charles Henry was born on July 27, 1938 in Decatur, Illinois, United States. Son of William E. and Mildred M. (Kastien) Baird.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Education, Eastern Illinois University, 1960. Master of Science in Education, Eastern Illinois University, 1961. Certified advanced study in school business management, Northern Illinois University, 1971.

Career

Teacher business education, Lincoln-Way High School, New Lenox, Illinois, 1961-1967;assistant business manager, Joliet (Illinois) Township High Schools, 1967-1973;assistant superintendent for business, Joliet (Illinois) Township High Schools, 1973-1993;superintendent, Joliet (Illinois) Township High Schools, since 1993;treasurer, Joliet (Illinois) Township High Schools, 1967-1993;graduate assistant, Eastern Illinois U., Charleston, 1961. Presenter on school finance to local, state and national organizations.

Achievements

  • Certified superintendent, business official, Illinois.

Membership

Chairman administrative board United Methodist Church, New Lenox. Member Association School Business Officials (registered school business administrator), American Association School Administrators, Illinois Association School Business Officials, Will County Administrators Association, Kiwanis, Phi Delta Kappa.

Connections

Married Roberta M. Deaville, June 29, 1963. Children: William R., David A., John M.

father:
William E. Baird

mother:
Mildred M. (Kastien) Baird

spouse:
Roberta M. Deaville

children:
William R. Baird

David A. Baird

John M. Baird