COLUMBUS — The Ohio School Boards Association (OSBA) Central Region recognized one of London City School’s educational programs as an “Outstanding Program” during the Central Region Spring Conference in Columbus at Villa Milano on Monday, March 6.
Recognized for the honor was London High School’s London FFA — Living to Serve. The program is directed by teacher Dana Snyder.
The region presents the Outstanding Program award to programs selected to exhibit or perform at the Ohio School Boards Association Student Achievement Fair.
Former Tolles Career & Technical Center School District board member, Don Swonger, was recognized with the OSBA Award of Achievement.
The OSBA Award of Achievement is presented to board members who have participated in extensive professional development and shown leadership at the local and state level.
OSBA’s annual Award of Achievement program recognizes Ohio public school board members who work hard to become better at their elected positions. Credits are earned toward the award by enrolling and participating in workshops and conferences, volunteering for service to their association and working on behalf of their own board.
The Award of Achievement is a special honor and distinction available only to Ohio school board members.
In its 62nd year, the Ohio School Boards Association leads the way to educational excellence by serving Ohio’s public school board members and the diverse districts they represent through superior service, unwavering advocacy and creative solutions.