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June W. Davis - Trustee

Place 4 - Term Ends 2027

When June Davis first ran for a seat on the school board nearly 20 years ago, part of her motivation was to repay CISD for making a difference in her daughter’s life.

The move to Crowley ISD in the fourth grade proved to be a positive one for her daughter, Alison, who graduated from Crowley High School in 2002.

“I wanted to give back to a district that had given so much to us — to her,” Davis said, adding that she wanted to ensure that other students would have the positive experience her daughter had when she was in school there.  

“CISD provided her with the necessary tools to achieve higher goals,” Davis, a longtime educator, said.

Davis, a retired educator with 40 years of service, wrapped up her career in Fort Worth ISD as the director of special programs. She also has taught in Texarkana, Lancaster and Wichita Falls ISDs and served as a counselor in Fort Worth.

She has a Bachelor of Science degree in sociology/social work and a Master of Education degree, both from East Texas State University, now known as Texas A&M University - Commerce. She also has mid-management certification from Region XI Education Service Center.

She was first elected to the Crowley Board of Trustees in May 2003, serving as secretary from 2005-2007. She was elected vice president in 2007 and served in that role until August 2010 when she was elected president.

Davis believes education opens doors for students and can play an important role in their income-earning potential, helping break the cycle of poverty.

The Place 4 trustee said she is excited about what’s ahead for Crowley ISD.

“We are at a real crossroads in terms of opportunities available to us as a district to take students to the next level and provide the quality education that we all want for the students,” she said. “We are in a position now to really make a difference and do some things differently than what we’ve done. I am eager to move forward in realizing the possibilities.”

She said it’s a pleasure to work alongside Crowley ISD Superintendent Dr. Michael McFarland as he leads the charge to make CISD the top school district in the county.
“He is a visionary with definite ideas about what it will take to be the best district in Tarrant County,” Davis said. “I want to be a part of that celebration because I know it will happen.”

With nearly two decades of board service under her belt, she is on a mission to do everything she can to help the district achieve its goals.

She considers it an honor to serve the district and continue to impact students’ lives.

“That is my career. That is my life,” she said. “I’m really honored to be in a position to give back.”

Fun Facts: While in high school, she was a member of the school band and was once nominated for homecoming queen.