MSBA honors New Madrid County R-1 member with Distinguished Certification
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Three school board members are the first to receive MSBA's Distinguished Certification recognition. They are LeRoy Fulmer of the Waynesville R-VI Board of Education, Any Kiso Bledsoe of the Maries County R-II Board of Education, and Kay Rebstock of the New Madrid County R-I Board of Education.
In order to achieve this highest level of certification offered by MSBA, a board member must have earned 60 credits, read a book on a topic related to school board service, attended two board meetings in other districts, attended two MSBA core meetings, and participated in a variety of leadership, advocacy, and presentation activities. They were honored at the MSBA Leadership Summit on June 4.
The Missouri School Boards' Association is a private, not-for-profit organization that exists to help school boards succeed.