Lyndonville observes School Board Recognition Week

Posted 19 October 2021 at 8:53 am

Photo courtesy of Lyndonville Central School: The Board of Education and Lyndonville school officials are shown during a recent meeting.

Press Release, Lyndonville Central School

LYNDONVILLE – The New York State School Boards Association recognizes Oct. 18-22 as School Board Recognition Week.

This is a time to promote awareness and understanding of the important work performed by school board members. Lyndonville Central School District will join with all public schools across the state to celebrate and honor local board members for their ongoing work and service to their districts.

“I would like to thank our Board of Education for their continued dedication and commitment to our students, staff, families and community,” said Lyndonville Superintendent Jason Smith. “They put in countless hours, and we value their guidance and leadership.”

The key work of school boards is to raise student achievement by:

  • Creating a shared vision for the future of education
  • Setting the direction of the school district to achieve the highest student performance
  • Providing accountability for student achievement results
  • Developing a budget that aligns district resources to improve achievement
  • Supporting a healthy school district culture for students and staff

Lyndonville’s Board of Education and their years of service are as follows:

  • Theodore Lewis, President, 12 years
  • Susan Hrovat, Vice President, 10 years
  • Vernon Fonda, 2 years
  • Kristin Nicolson, 2 years
  • Harold Suhr, 8 years
  • Jerod Thurber, 1 year
  • Steven Vann, 3 years