Kip Crain Today
Kip is serving his 16th year as Wayne County Schools Career Center Superintendent. He lives in Wooster with his wife, Becky. They have three grown daughters (Mandy, Tiffany, and Kelly) and seven grandsons.
Kip's Vision
Kids are happy, positive, curious, and lovable. Kids need Kiwanis to help and support them. It takes a community has never meant more than when the Kiwanians look out for the children of a community. With our Service Leadership Programs, building playgrounds, feeding the needy, teaching safety at Safety Town, and Mentoring and reading to children, Kiwanians make a difference one child and one community at a time.
Kip's Devotion
Kip's whole adult life has been devoted to helping children to prepare for successful futures. He has achieved this by being a Sunday School teacher, youth club advisor, public school teacher, director/principal, and the superintendent at the Wayne County Schools Career Center, for the past 16 years. He has also spent the last 16 years as a Kiwanian with the Kiwanis Club of Wooster. During his time as superintendent, he has established the Key Club at the Career Center.
Why be a Kiwanis International Trustee?
I have had many Kiwanis moments seeing children's eyes light up while watching us build a playground, read to them or give them a new book or bike, giving them a book bag of food from the food pantry when they have little at home, teaching pre-kindergarteners at Safety Town, or taking disabled children to their first professional baseball game. I have received much more by giving back to help those in need in our communities.  
What does Kip Hope to Accomplish?
My whole adult life has been devoted to helping children succeed. I will energize and invigorate our clubs! From building clubs, counselors to revitalize current clubs, encourage more and new service/signature projects and with an emphasis on club satellites and family memberships, we can make a difference and impact our communities and the children of the world!