PTISD trustee recognized at Leadership TASB
Longview, Texas (KETK) — Terre Dunn, a member of the PTISD Board of Trustees, recently was recognized for her completion of the year long Leadership TASB program. Dunn, a former President and Vice-President of the PTISD Board of Trustees and a board member for seven years, was a member of the class of 2014.
Leadership TASB, a program sponsored by the Texas Association of School Boards, is a board development program designed to take experienced board members to a new level of service and leadership by exposing them to a variety of issues, people, activities, and locations during the year-long program. Class members are selected for demonstrated leadership in their local districts and communities, and for their representation of the diversity of Texas school districts.
The LTASB class of 2014 represents Texas school districts of all sizes, with student populations of 240 to over 201,000, and reflects the range of property wealth.
Each session had a specific theme that builds on the previous session and features state and nationally recognized experts in the fields of leadership development and education. Teams also work on extended learning assignments between meetings throughout the year. Created in 1993, Leadership TASB has almost 700 graduates to date.
Mrs. Dunn is the first trustee from PTISD to complete the program. With the completion of this program, Mrs. Dunn is now a master trustee.
“Our district is very proud of Terre Dunn and her completion of Leadership TASB. It is a great honor to represent Pine Tree ISD through this leadership program,” said Pat Noon, PTISD President.
“It was a wonderful opportunity for me to participate in Leadership TASB. It provided me the opportunity to connect with other school board trustees and be exposed to important issues, people, activities and locations throughout the state” said Mrs. Dunn.