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Kristine “Kris” Millerberg Inherits Husband’s Seat on Canyons Board of Education

Kristine Millerberg, a retired educator with 33 years of classroom experience, will succeed her late husband on the Canyons Board of Education.

Kristine, who goes by “Kris,” was appointed Tuesday, March 19 by unanimous vote of the Canyons Board of Education to represent District 1 and serve for the remainder of the term left vacant by the sudden passing of her husband, Mont L. Millerberg. That term ends Dec. 31, 2024.

She was among nine candidates interviewed Tuesday in a public meeting, following a process established in alignment with state law.

“My journey as the first woman in my family to attain a college education fuels my belief in the transformative potential of quality schooling,” Millerberg wrote in her application, pledging to use her tenure on the Board to build on the District’s legacy. “I believe that education matters. I’ve spent my entire life in education. … I believe I can use that experience to be a strong advocate not only for the community where I reside, but also to build relationships that promote a safe and positive environment in which students and teachers thrive.”

A teacher with experience in elementary and middle schools, and expertise in special education, Millerberg once taught at Union Middle, one of the schools she will now represent.

Each of her six children attended the schools in District 1, which spans the City of Midvale and includes: Hillcrest High; Midvale and Union middle schools; Jordan Valley School; and Midvale, East Midvale, and Midvalley elementary schools.

When she wasn’t teaching, Millerberg was finding other ways to give back to her community.

She has lived in Midvale for 50 years, and for decades, served in leadership roles for Midvalley Elementary’s PTA. In addition, she was elected to serve on the School Community Councils for Midvalley, Peruvian Park Elementary, Midvale and Union middle schools, and Hillcrest High.

For four years, she was the South Area Board member for the Utah Coalition Against Pornography. She also served on the Utah Council of International Reading Association and worked as an interventionist for the University of Utah Reading Clinic.

Millerberg received both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in education from Utah State University, graduating Magna Cum Laude.

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