Locals advance in School Board Member AcademyPublished 10:38am Tuesday, December 3, 2013
FROM STAFF REPORTS
MONTGOMERY — Nine local school board members will be among 317 board members honored at the Alabama Association of School Boards’ annual convention Dec. 5-7 at the Hyatt Regency Birmingham-The Wynfrey Hotel.
The members will be recognized for advancing to a new level in AASB’s School Board Member Academy, as well as their efforts to improve their boardmanship skills, increase their understanding of education issues and heighten their leadership skills by participating in the academy.
It is such a pleasure to see our members invest in their development as school board leaders,” said AASB President Steve Foster of Lowndes County. “With 21 years of experience as a Lowndes County school board member, I know how much of a commitment board service is.”
The nine members represent AASB’s District 5, which includes the Shelby County school board, and the Alabaster and Hoover city school boards.
Listed below are the members and the levels they achieved:
Level I (Requires 25 training hours)
- Jimmy Bice, Shelby County
- Dr. John Myrick, Alabaster
Levels I and II (Requires 50 training hours)
- Stephen Presley, Hoover
Level III (Requires 75 training hours)
- Jane Hampton, Shelby County
- Aubrey Miller, Shelby County
Levels II and III
- Derrick Murphy, Hoover
- Paulette Pearson, Hoover
Level IV (Requires 100 training hours, including eight core curriculum courses)
- Donna Frazier, Hoover
Master Level (Requires Level IV plus 15 hours, including one additional core course)
- Peg Hill, Shelby County, second year