Governing Board

Our school board includes elected community members who volunteer their time for the benefit of CVIT and the students who attend our schools. They assist in planning, budgeting, and implementing school programs and help ensure fiscal responsibility.

Please Join Us

Please join us at our regular board meetings generally held on the first Thursday of every month at 6:30 p.m. The location varies from month to month, so please see our calendar for the exact date and location.

We value the input of our community and invite you to provide your comments regarding the items open for review. Please provide us with your comments so we can take all viewpoints into consideration prior to making a decision.

Meet Our Governing Board Members

Anna Flores
Chairman
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About Anna Flores

Anna Flores received an appointment to serve on the CVIT board in 2017 when CVIT added Ray High School as a member school in the 2017 elections. She is a Ray High School graduate and has a passion for education. Mrs. Flores holds a bachelor's degree and a master's degree from Northern Arizona University and has been professionally involved in education for 23 years. She is a lifelong resident of Kearny and has raised her children in the community. Mrs. Flores was personally involved in CTE student organizations, especially DECA. Helping students learn and teaching them the skills they need to succeed in life is Anna's personal goal.
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Louie Rabago
Vice Chairman
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About Louie Rabago

Louie Rabago is a lifelong resident of Superior and has been a CVIT board member since 2016. Mr. Rabago serves on the Superior Hall of Fame Board, the Copper Corridor Coalition, and the Public Service Fire and Police Board of Superior. Louie is passionate about serving young people and changing their lives for the better. He spent 39 years refereeing for the Arizona Interscholastic Association (AIA). Mr. Rabago is actively involved in student organizations, encouraging and supporting students in yearly national competitions.
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Vacant
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Maria Muñoz
Member
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About Maria Muñoz

Maria Muñoz was born and raised in Hayden, Arizona, and has a unique understanding of the challenges and struggles local students face. She serves her community with distinction as a vice-mayor of Hayden and treasurer of the Copper Corridor Economic Development Coalition. Ms. Muñoz's passion is to promote education among our young generation and to help guide them in achieving their educational goals. Ms. Muñoz has served CVIT since 2017.
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Franceen Gregovich-Benton
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About Franceen Gregovich-Benton

Franceen Gregovich-Benton has been a dedicated board member since the inception of CVIT and has served on the CVIT board with distinction since 2001. Mrs. Gregovich-Benton was intensely involved in a formation of the district and is actively involved in the Globe-Miami community through the following organizations, some for which she held leadership roles on multiple occasions: Globe-Miami Chamber of Commerce, Tri-City Fire District, Cobre Valley Regional Medical Center Foundation, Arizona Slavic Board, American Cancer Society, March of Dimes, Easter Seals Foundation, and the High Desert Humane Society. Mrs. Gregovich-Benton actively promotes CVIT in public and has the good of children at heart. She was a recipient of the Arizona School Board Association 2017 All Arizona Board Member Award.
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Mike Fane
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About Mike Fane

Mike Fane received an election to serve on the CVIT board in 2012 and has served with distinction since. Mr. Fane has been involved in the Globe-Miami community as a member of the Globe Elks Lodge, the Globe Lions Club, the Northern Arizona Law Enforcement Association, the Arizona Interscholastic Association, the Arizona School Board Association, the Arizona Police Association, and the National Association for Latino Elected Officials. Mike is actively involved in student organizations, encouraging and supporting students in yearly national competitions.
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