Cassandra Jones has been a member of the South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools Board of Education since 2009 and has served in a variety of capacities during her tenure in office. Specifically, Mrs. Jones has served as Board President and Vice President, the Ohio School Board Association Student Achievement Liaison, and also as Delegate and Member of the Black Caucus. She has routinely served as Council Representative to the City of South Euclid and City of Lyndhurst City Council meetings, attending in order to remain informed of significant community matters while reporting on valuable updates regarding the school district. Mrs. Jones has also served on the Strategic Planning Committee, and has been involved as a parent advocate as well, serving on multiple SEL PTA units and on the SEL Schools PTA Council.
Apart from her service to the South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools, Mrs. Jones has also been a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteer for the Cuyahoga County Juvenile Court as well as a member of the New Community Bible Fellowship Church. Mrs. Jones holds a Masters in Business Administration from Youngstown State University, which she earned in 2023, and has a background in Organizational Leadership. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and an Associate’s degree in Paralegal Studies. In her professional capacity, Mrs. Jones serves as an Administrative Supervisor with a local court.
Cassandra Jones takes great pride in her service to the SEL school family, and has worked hard to establish meaningful school district policy, balance the budget and remain fiscally responsible, establishing goals and accountability standards and assisting in the providing of top quality educational services to the community in which she lives.
Mrs. Jones and her husband James have had three children enrolled in the South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools, Shiloh, who graduated in 2014 from Brush High School, Bryan, who attended SEL Schools K-8th and graduated from Benedictine High School in 2018, and Jamel, who graduated from Brush High School in 2021. She has been a resident of South Euclid since 2005.