Monday, Nov. 15


Workshop, 'Serving With Distinction,' offers close-up view of school board work

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[NOV. 15, 2004]  The Illinois Association of School Boards, in conjunction with the Logan-Mason-Menard Regional Office of Education, will be presenting "Serving With Distinction." This video workshop introduces school board work to anyone interested in becoming a school board member, provides information for current school board candidates or newly elected school board members, and serves as a discussion catalyst for more veteran board members.

The workshop is divided into four segments:

  • The Work of the Board
  • A Board Memberís Approach to Board Work
  • The Good, the Bad and the Frustrating
  • Special Considerations for Candidates

Participants will have an opportunity to discuss and ask questions about each segment.

There will be three opportunities for people interested to attend a workshop: Nov. 29 at Lincoln Community High School, in the Instructional Materials Center; Jan. 11, 2005, at Porta High School, in the library; and Jan. 24, 2005, at Havana High School. All three sessions will begin at 6:30 p.m. Refreshments will be served.

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A reservation, although not mandatory, would be appreciated. Please call (217) 732-8388 to sign up for the session that you will be attending.

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