Caroline County School Board Designated as VSBA Board of Distinction

This afternoon, at the awards luncheon during the Virginia School Boards Association (VSBA) Annual Convention, the Caroline County School Board was designated as a VSBA Board of Distinction. Boards receiving this award must apply for it and meet specific requirements in four key areas: planning, policy, promotion, and board development. A panel of judges reviews the criteria submitted and determines those awarded the VSBA Board of Distinction status.

“The Caroline County School Board is committed to each graduate being 3E Ready: Employed, Enlisted, or Enrolled,” said Board Chair, George Spaulding. “Our collective focus on crafting policies, allocating resources, and providing relevant learning opportunities in support of this mission drives our daily work. The School Board is proud of Caroline County Public Schools’ achievements and views the VSBA Board of Distinction recognition as a symbolic representation of our collaborative and strategic efforts.”

The board was recognized at the VSBA Annual Convention in Williamsburg, VA, which brings together school board members, superintendents, division administrators, and education officials from across the state.

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