KASB President-Elect Designee
The president-elect-designee serves as an ex-officio, non-voting member of the board of directors until assuming the office of president-elect.
The Kansas Association of School Boards Nominating Committee is charged with the task of presenting to the Delegate Assembly each year one or more qualified candidates for the office of President-Elect Designee of the Association. A Voters Guide, which serves as the KASB Nominating Committee Report, is distributed at the KASB Fall Summits. It is also be mailed prior to annual conference, along with other Delegate Assembly materials, to all board presidents, superintendents and voting delegates.
The election for KASB President-Elect Designee is on Sunday, December 3, 2017, during the annual KASB Delegate Assembly in Wichita.
The KASB president appoints a nominating committee in late summer of each year. The committee is comprised of one representative from each of the KASB 15 regions. The committee typically meets in Topeka and is charged with the responsibility of interviewing and reporting one or more nominees to the delegate assembly, held in conjunction with the annual convention, for the election of the president-elect designee.
Lawrence’s Kimball nominated as candidate for KASB president-elect designee
The Nominating Committee met Saturday to interview Kimball. The committee presents to the KASB Delegate Assembly one or more qualified candidates for the office each year. A voter’s guide, which serves as the KASB Nominating Committee Report, will be distributed at the KASB Fall Regional Meetings and will be available online. It will also be mailed prior to the annual conference along with other delegate assembly materials to all board presidents, superintendents and voting delegates.
The election for president-elect designee will be held during the KASB Delegate Assembly in Wichita on Sun., Dec. 3. The president-elect designee serves as a non-voting member of the board of directors until assuming the office of president-elect.
The selection of KASB’s leadership is one of the most important responsibilities of association membership. School board members are asked to consider serving as a KASB officer. Contact KASB Executive Assistant Melissa Holder, 800-432-2471, firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.