August’s “ALL Scoreboard”
The ASBSD Board Recognition Program – ALL: Act, Learn, Lead – recognizes board members’ participation in outside activities, board development and training, and demonstrated leadership at a variety of levels.
For additional information about the program, click here to visit the ALL webpage.
As school boards head toward the fall months, we’ve tallied up the “ALL Scoreboard” which shows the ten most active school boards – in terms of event attendance, training and leadership – thus far:
- Howard School Board – 890 points
- Yankton School Board – 645 points
- Todd County School Board – 530 points
- Bon Homme School Board – 520 points
- Douglas School Board – 500 points
- Haakon School Board – 480 points
- Parker School Board – 420 points
- Sioux Falls School Board – 375 points
- (Tie) Garretson and Marion School Boards – 360 points
How did these school boards accumulate points to this point?
By participating in ASBSD activities, training opportunities and demonstrating leadership at the local, state and national level. Points are totaled throughout the fiscal year (July 1-June 30), but GAVEL Training (face-to-face or School Board U) counts for a total of three years (2014-15, 2015-16 and 2016-17) under Learning Opportunities. Boards can earn Gold, Silver and Bronze awards for their point totals.
Download the ASBSD Board Development Booklet here for more information on our board development options.
Including the previous two years of learning opportunities, 116 districts have accumulated ALL points, with 89 districts having scored points in July and August of this year!
“This is a great representation of the level of involvement school board members from across the state have in the learning and leading opportunities and activities available to them,” ASBSD Leadership Development Director Randy Royer.
“Board members are talking about this program; they’re excited about all the options available to them, so we expect to see a lot of them involved in events, training and other opportunities.”
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