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Kimball Board of Education honored for tenth consecutive year


September 7, 2017

Courtesy Photo

The Kimball Board of Education is pictured above with NASB President, Linda Richards of Ralston Public Schools. From left, they are: Brad Reader, Carrie Tabor, Heather Norberg, Lynn Vogel, Matthew Shoup, Kimball Superintendent of Schools, Marshall Lewis, and Richards. Not pictured is Kimball board member Clint Cornils.

For the tenth consecutive year The Kimball Board of Education has earned the NASB (Nebraska Association of School Board) President's Board Award, given to boards that demonstrate a commitment to education and in light of board member's collective volunteer time.

To receive this award, each board member must attain a minimum of Level 1 and must attend a minimum of three learning opportunities.

These include the NASB Legislative Issues Conference, NASB School Law Seminar, NASB/NASA Labor Relations Conference, NASB/NASA State Education Conference, NASB Area Membership Meeting or the NASB/NASA Education Forum.

Each board member must also participate in at least one local leadership team planning retreat annually and a copy of the goals developed at that retreat must be submitted to NASB.

The board must accumulate 1,000 points with a minimum of 350 of those points earned by board members serving during the current board development year.

Additionally, a voting delegate must participate in the annual NASB Delegate Assembly.

According to the NASB, in addition to earning the President's Board Award, the following received recognition for advancing to a new level of achievement for the last


Level I - Matthew Shoup

Level II Carrie Tabor

Level III - Heather Norberg

Level IV - Brad Reader

Level VII - Lynn Vogel


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