• Board Members

    The Board of Education consists of seven members elected by the voters who reside within the legal boundaries of the district. The Board is responsible for establishing district policies and encourages parental involvement in the educational process. 

    Regular Board of Education meetings are held on the third Tuesday of each month beginning at 7:00 p.m. at the District Office at 118 East Washington Street in O'Fallon unless otherwise noted. All community members are encouraged to attend. 


  • Becky Drury, President



    Becky has served District 90 School Board for 25 years.  She has three
    grown children, Chris, Nicole and Tim.  She was a Distributive Education
    Teacher/Coordinator at Hazelwood Central High School in Florrisant, Missouri.

    Becky is a life long resident of O'Fallon and a community volunteer.

    Becky chairs the Building Committee and serves on the BEST Committee.


  • Quennetta Chambers, Vice President



    Quennetta Chambers was elected to the Board in April of 2019.  She has two children that currently attend District 90 and has been a resident of O’Fallon for 14 years. 

    Mrs. Chambers has worked in the field of education for over 14 years and is currently an administrator in a local school district. Prior to working in the field of education, she was a speech/language pathologist at various Chicagoland area hospitals.  Additionally,  Mrs. Chambers has held adjunct instructor positions at both Lindenwood and St. Louis University.  

    Mrs. Chambers currently serves on the Best Committee and the Policy Committee.


  • Rebecca Huller, Secretary




    Rebecca Huller was elected to the Board in April of 2015.  She has four children in the District including an eighth grader at Carriel Jr. High and three fifth graders at Laverna Evans Elementary School.  As a community member for 13 years, Rebecca is currently the leader of two Girl Scout troops and volunteers to assist with school and community events.

    Rebecca has worked for the past sixteen years as a School Psychologist in both St. Clair and Madison County.  She continues to work as a School Psychologist today and describes herself as passionate about helping to meet the needs of all students.  In addition, she has worked as an Adjunct Professor at McKendree University where she taught graduate classes in the Educational Administration Program.  Her education includes degrees from Bradley University (B.S. Psychology), Southern Illinois University of Edwardsville (M.S. in Community School Psychology and Specialist in School Psychology) and McKendree University (M.S. in Educational Administration).

    Rebecca chairs the BASSC Committee and chairs the Policy Committee.

  • Eric Andrew

     Eric Andrew

    Eric Andrew's wife, Angi, is a teacher in the District. All of their children grew up in O’Fallon and attended District 90 schools. Their youngest will transition to Jr. High at Carriel in the Fall of 2021. Between them, Eric and Angi have had at least one child enrolled at each of the D90 schools.

    Eric spent the past 25 years in public service with the City of O’Fallon. Currently he serves as an Inspector with the Community Development Department. Prior to accepting the position with Community Development Eric served over 22 years with the O’Fallon Police Department where he retired at the rank of Sergeant. During his time at the O’Fallon Police Department he was assigned as a School Resource Officer which provided him the opportunity to develop a strong working relationship with many of the District’s administrators and teachers.

  • Laura Jacobi Van Hook




    Dr. Laura Jacobi Van Hook has been a lifelong educator. She is passionate about the lives and wellbeing of children and teachers of all age levels. Laura has taught across the spectrum. She started as an elementary teacher at Whiteside School and then transitioned to school counseling at O’Fallon Township High School. Throughout this time, she taught education and counseling courses at both St. Louis University and Lindenwood University. As a former elementary school teacher and school counselor, she understands some of the challenges that educators face. Laura holds a Bachelor’s of Arts Degree in Elementary Education, a Master’s of Arts Degree in Counseling Education, and a Doctorate of Education in Curriculum and Instruction. Laura and her husband, Eric, have four grown children. Three of those children also work in the field of education. They also have three beautiful Grand Girls. Previously, Laura served on the O’Fallon Township High School Board (District 203). She has also volunteered on their Endowment Board. Other community services include volunteering for Hospice, Mind’s Eye Reader, Law Enforcement Special Olympics, Volunteering at Notre Dame Academy as a reading tutor and volunteering at EK in first grade.

  • Matt Lloyd



    Matt has been a Board member since September of 2016.  His 3 children attended District 90 and 203 schools.  He and his wife have served in volunteer roles over a variety of grade levels and activities at those schools.

    He and his family have lived in O’Fallon since 2011.  Matt retired from the Air Force in 2014 completing a 25 year career as a mobility pilot.  In 2015, he joined the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency in St Louis.

    Matt is a 1989 graduate of the US Air Force Academy.


  • Mary Lynam-Miller



    Mary Lynam-Miller has two third graders who attend Laverna Evans Elementary school where she has served on the PTO and as Box Tops Co-Chair for two years. 

    Mary moved to O’Fallon in 2007 as part of a military family. In addition to her PTO experience, she is a Chamber Ambassador for the O’Fallon-Shiloh Chamber of Commerce and graduated from the Chamber’s Leadership Institute program in 2018. 

    Mary has spent more than 15 years working as a Program Director of Home and Community-Based Programs for people with disabilities and seniors. She is currently the Executive Director of a local agency that provides Community Integrated Living Arrangements (CILAs) for people who have intellectual and developmental disabilities. 

    Mary serves on the Finance Committee and the Building Committee.