Sioux Central board president honored for excellence

Monday, December 12, 2016
Sioux Central board member Lory Krummen was honored Nov. 17 at the Iowa Association of School Boards’ Convention with an individual Award of Achievement for 2015-16. / Photo submitted

DES MOINES — At the Iowa Association of School Boards’ 71st Annual Convention on Nov. 17, Sioux Central board member Lory Krummen was honored with an individual Award of Achievement for 2015-16. The IASB Better Boardsmanship Awards Program highlights board members who have put forth extra time and energy to strengthen their boardsmanship abilities. IASB offers a range of activities that board members can participate in to earn credits for this award. These activities include IASB learning events in person and online, as well as advocating with legislators or sitting on board-appointed committees.

IASB Board President Amy Jurrens commended Lory Krummen for her hard work.

“These board members have shown dedication and commitment to professional growth, to ensure they are prepared to make a difference at the board table and for students,” Jurrens said.

Sioux Central Superintendent Scott Williamson said, “Mrs. Krummen is dedicated to Sioux Central and the vision for strong education in rural Iowa.”

This acclaimed award was presented to 103 local school, AEA and community college board members.