Nora Robinson of Kimball was selected recently by Gov. Pete Rickets to serve on the state Early Childhood Education Endowment board. This three-year commitment requires meeting three times a year.
Like many boards, it is an unpaid position and does not require Unicameral approval, although some boards do require legislative approval.
Robinson currently works at ESU 13 as the Panhandle Early Learning Connections Coordinator. Before working at ESU 13, she taught elementary school in Kimball.
According to the description for the program: The Department of Education shall establish and adminis...