On Aug. 26, the Nebraska Association of School Boards (NASB) recognized four Gering School Board members with Awards of Achievement. Brent Holliday, Josh Lacy, Brian Copsey, and Mary Winn were all recognized at the Gering Area Meeting for their volunteer time and commitment to education.

School board members across the state have the opportunity to participate in board development training by attending workshops and conferences to strengthen their role in governance, legislative advocacy, and stewardship of district resources in support of student achievement. These Awards of Achievement acknowledge the advocacy efforts, participation in NASB services and programs, and attendance at workshops and events.

“We are grateful to have such an engaged and committed Board,” Superintendent Bob Hastings said. “These individuals truly care about the growth and success of Gering students and staff. We are fortunate to have their leadership and vision moving our District forward.”

School Board Members were acknowledged for attaining the following recognition levels:

Brent Holliday - Level 3; Josh Lacy - Level 3; Brian Copsey - Level 5; and Mary Winn - Level 6.

For more information regarding the NASB Awards of Achievement Program and levels, visit http://members.nasbonline.org/index.php/programs-services/awards-of-achievement-program.

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