School Board Member
Ted Lamb is a career educator. He has taught students in Europe and Asia as a conversational English teacher as well as served students with special needs in Ohio and here in Hampton Roads for the past 13 years. Mr. Lamb believes that education is something that is a life long endeavor and that it is important that students learn how to think as opposed to just learning knowledge. Mr. Lamb also is very much active in his local community. He is a member of his local Civic League and continues to serve as the Cradock Neighborhood Coordinator in which he organized in 2007. In 2009, for his efforts to serve the community in which he lives, Mr. Lamb received the Hampton Roads Volunteer Achievement Award.
Mr. Lamb received his B.S.E. in Social Studies Education from Oklahoma Christian University in 1996 and his M.S.E. degree from Bowling Green State University in 2003.
Mr. Lamb believes that parents, students, volunteers, and teachers are vitally important in a child's education. As a School Board member, he works hard for the citizens of Portsmouth to ascertain the best education opportunities for all students by utilizing all available resources possible.
*School Board members are individually elected by a vote of eligible citizens. Individual members have no authority or duties except as may be assigned to them by the School Board as a whole. Information provided in the School Board member biographies is provided by the member and does not necessarily represent the position of Portsmouth Public Schools or the School Board as a whole.