BIO: Adam Zdrojewski (BHS ‘00) is the current president of the Beaverton School Board and has served on the board since 2008. A graduate of Beaverton Schools and Michigan State University (B.S. in Construction Management), Adam is employed at Dow as NAA/LAA Portfolio Manager. He and his wife Jane (BHS ‘87) have three children - Jessica (BHS ‘11), Jeremy (BHS ‘17) and Benjamin (BHS ‘27). Adam serves on several local organizations and boards, including Knights of Columbus and the CTE Construction Trades Advisory Board.
BOARD COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS: Negotiations; Operations & Maintenance; Personnel & Grievance
WHY HE SERVES: “I serve on the Beaverton School Board because I enjoy being a part of such a great organization. My wife and I both received our K-12 education in Beaverton; most of our relatives did, too. Our kids either already have or will graduate from Beaverton. I am very proud to be from Beaverton, and serving to help keep the school current and viable is a goal of mine. Education is not an easy profession, and I have the utmost respect for anyone who answers its call. I feel as a board member my job is to do the best I can by those administrators, teachers, bus drivers, custodians, para professionals, support staff and anyone else who helps to shape the futures of our children. I am also very proud of the fact that I am a third-generation board member, following my Grandpa and my mom, who both served on board. Their example helped shape my desire to be a part of something and to help make things as good as they can be. My mom was able to hand my brother and me our Beaverton diplomas, and my goal is to be able to say I handed all three of my kids theirs. Being here makes me feel like I am a part of the solution and I am so proud of all the work being done at Beaverton Schools. I believe in our school system and all who make it work, and I am humbled to be allowed the opportunity to serve the school and the community.”