Teddy Martyniuk is the most tenured member of the CISD Board of Trustees as he begins his fifth term in office. Five of his children have graduated from Cleburne schools, including his youngest daughter who received her high school diploma from her father during May 25, 2018 commencement exercises. Their sixth child will be entering middle school in the fall.
Mr. Martyniuk sought reelection in 2018 to continue his years of service to the community. “It’s been an honor working with the administration in this school district. My goal is to make the right decisions with students in mind.”
A graduate of Midwestern State University, Mr. Martyniuk is a regional manager for a national retail corporation. During his years as a Trustee, he has served as Board president, seen the passage of three bond referendums and a TRE, the construction of three new elementary schools, the implementation of districtwide security and safety initiatives, digital devices for students PreK-12, and the building of a new high school to open in December, 2019.
A Cleburne resident since 1999, he has been a member of numerous civic organizations including the Chamber of Commerce. His passion for serving others includes work with the intellectually disabled through Special Olympics and related programs. He has also spent years on the football field coaching future Cleburne Yellow Jackets.