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Governance Team of the Year

Governance Team of the Year Recognition Program

To ensure a program that recognizes good governance at the highest level, GSBA has decided to pause the Governance Team of the Year Award for 2022 to revise and update the criteria. Through discussion with an advisory group, we have determined that the CCRPI from pre-pandemic years is no longer a valid eligibility point for the award and this year’s modified CCRPI scores will not serve the original intent of the eligibility criteria. Because of this, GSBA is completing a process of revising the criteria that will focus more on the work of the governance team and less on the work of the staff.

Just as good governance is ever-changing and evolving the same should go for the programs at GSBA. We will resume the award with the new criteria in 2023 with an updated timeline and process. The new criteria for Governance Team of the Year will be released in June 2022.

GSBA Governance Team of the Year LogoGeorgia School Boards Association announced the creation of the GSBA Governance Team of the Year Award in 2018. This prestigious award honors the top board/superintendent team that best demonstrates its commitment to maximizing student achievement and enhancing trust and support for public education in their community.  This honor is deeply rooted in the components of the Georgia Vision for Public Education  research-based recommendations for Georgia’s public schools; however, a system does not have to have formally adopted the Vision for Public Education to apply.

GSBA is excited about what this award demonstrates for the governance teams that are recognized, as well as the statewide recognition it will bring to the hard work of public schools. New last year, there will be 3 winners – one for each category of Small, Medium and Large Districts.

Please note: The Governance Team of the Year award is different from the board recognition program (Quality, Distinguished & Exemplary Boards). The board recognition program still exists and are usually awarded during the June conference.

 

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Congratulations to our 2021 Finalists! See News Release Here! 

Finalists:

Small Category: 1-3,000 Students =
Winner – Bleckley County Schools

Medium Category: 3,001-10,000 =
Bryan County Schools
Dalton Public Schools
Dawson County Schools
Winner – Jefferson City Schools

Large Category: 10,001+ =
Winner- Cherokee County Schools
Coweta County Schools
Effingham County Schools
Henry County Schools
Walton County Schools

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