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Governance Team of the Year

Georgia School Boards Association announces the creation of the GSBA Governance Team of the Year Award. 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 Project’s 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 will demonstrate for the governance teams that are recognized, as well as the statewide recognition it will bring to the hard work of public schools.

The application process will open soon and will close in June, 2019. The award will be presented at a special banquet held during our Annual December Conference at the Renaissance Waverly Hotel in Atlanta. Named finalists may invite members of their community to join them in celebrating their success during this time.

Applications are being emailed to boards that GSBA is aware of meeting the award criteria. If you feel that your board/superintendent team has met the criteria but have not received an application, please contact Tony Arasi, Director of Board Development at tarasi@gsba.com or his assistant, Martha White at mwhite@gsba.com.

Review Governance Team of the Year Criteria.

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 will be awarded in June.

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