Pamm Chapman was elected to the BDS School Board in 2018 and also serves as the Vice-Chair. She was born and raised in Bay County. Pamm completed an AA degree from Gulf Coast Community College and a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance from Florida State University. She has served on many civic and community organizations. She is a past president of the Junior League and has also served on the Bay Medical Foundation, Gulf Coast State College Foundation, and the Junior Museum Board. Currently, Pamm is a board member for the Bay Education Foundation and the Tom P. Haney Foundation and is also serving on the Community Health Task Force for Bay County. She has enjoyed working with students and faculty over the years serving many terms as an officer for the MAPPS program and Mosley SAC Board, a Mosley Cheer Coach, a mentor with the Take Stock in Children Program and a substitute teacher with the district. Pamm is a member of The Northwest Florida Tennis Association and a group fitness instructor at Sequence Gym. She is married to Joey Chapman and has three children; Joseph, Nathan, and Elizabeth who all graduated from Bay District Schools.
District 3 includes, C.C. Washington Academy, Cedar Grove Elementary School, Lucille Moore Elementary School, Northside Elementary School, Oscar Patterson Elementary Magnet School, Rosenwald High School, Rutherford High School, and St. Andrew School.
Winston Chester was elected to the Board in 2020. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education from the University of Florida, a Master of Education degree in Administration and Supervision from the University of West Florida, and an Educational Specialist degree in Leadership from Florida State University. He has 44 years teaching and coaching experience in Bay County, served as department chair, Teacher of the Year at Mosley High School, where he created the highly successful Outdoor Education program. He researched and authored the award winning book, Full Box! 100 Years of Fishing and Boat Building History in Bay County.
Currently, he is in his 16th year hosting Panhandle Outdoors on WPGX Fox 28, America's only daily outdoor television show. He is married to Gail Gregory Chester, and they have two children, Wendy Woodrick (Walter), and Chip Chester (Jill). Both graduated from Mosley High School and were selected to the Hall of Fame by their fellow classmates. They also have five grandchildren: Whitney, Ashley and Mason Woodrick and Maddie and Mackenzie Chester. He and his wife are active members of Lynn Haven United Methodist Church.
District 4 includes Deane Bozeman School, Deer Point Elementary School, Merritt Brown Middle School, Southport Elementary School, Tommy Smith Elementary School, Waller Elementary School and West Bay Elementary School.
Steve Moss was elected to the Board in 2010. He is a full service financial consultant with Channel Resources, Inc. specializing in retirement and estate planning. He is an alumnus of the University of Florida (UF) with a degree in Telecommunications. He has also completed numerous post-graduate courses in finance, including several from the College of Financial Planning from which he earned the designation of Accredited Asset Management Specialist. His interests are in public education finance and service to families. In the decision making process on the board, he will use his perspective as a parent of young children who currently attend Bay District schools. He is a member and deacon at Hiland Park Baptist Church, a member of the UF Alumni Association and serves as a director for the Gulf Coast Triathlon and Girls, Inc. He enjoys spending time with his family, sailing and Ironman Triathlons. His wife Deniece is a principal at West Bay Elementary School. They have two children, Madison and Cooper.
District 5 includes J.R. Arnold High School, Breakfast Point Academy, Hutchison Beach Elementary School, Patronis Elementary School and Surfside Middle School.