About Christine Kalmbach
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Mrs. Christine Kalmbach
Term: November 2023-November 2027
Board Committee(s): Academics, Safety, Vision and Planning, chair
Teacher Retention (ad hoc)
Christine Kalmbach has served on the Board of Trustees since November of 2023, when she was elected to her first term. A 42-year resident of CFISD, Mrs. Kalmbach lives in the Hearthstone subdivision with her husband, Stephen. Their three children are all high school graduates: Kelly, Langham Creek High School Class of 2006; Keith, home school Class of 2016; and Clay, Cypress Falls High School Class of 2018.
A self-employed realtor, Mrs. Kalmbach was raised in the CFISD community, attending Arnold Middle School and graduating from Cy-Fair High School. She and Stephen remained in the area, purchasing their first home in 1996. As a student and parent, she felt that CFISD offered solid education and numerous opportunities for students to excel.
Mrs. Kalmbach serves as a CFISD global volunteer and mentor, and has served in the Bus Buddies program at Lowery and Tipps elementary schools. Her past district involvement includes volunteering at Metcalf, Fiest, Lowery and Holmsley elementary schools; as well as Aragon Middle School and Langham Creek and Cypress Falls high schools. She was a four-year member of the Langham Creek band boosters and vice president of the Color Guard for three years.
In addition to her volunteer duties in CFISD, Mrs. Kalmbach has served more than 16 years as a Cy-Fair/Copperfield Women’s Club chair, three years as a Matt Musil Hoops for Kids Board Member, six years as a Boy Scouts of America committee chair, 12 years as a Bear Creek United Methodist youth and children’s counselor and Sunday school teacher and five years as a Moms in Prayer/Moms in Touch International member.
She has volunteered at Houston’s First Baptist Church for more than eight years, and serves as secretary of the Hearthstone Garden Club. She worked as a volunteer phone consultant for the H3Helpline for more than five years and was election judge and precinct chair for the Harris County Republican Party for more than 12 years.