Oesterly Recognized By MSBA

Jason Oesterly Recognized By Missouri School Boards' Association
Posted on 06/16/2020
Jason OesterlyJason Oesterly, school board member from the School District of Washington, has been recognized for achieving both Advanced and Master Certification from the Missouri School Boards’ Association.

The programs established by MSBA recognize local school board members for pursuing additional learning opportunities beyond the legally required school board training.

All newly elected school board members must complete a basic 18.5-hour Essential Training program required by state law. Those members achieving Advanced Certification must complete an additional 12 hours of training, read two books related to school board service, attend periodic MSBA meetings, and write a brief reflection paper relating their study to their board service.

Those achieving Master Certification must meet additional requirements of at least 12 more hours of Certified Board Member credit, read two additional books related to school board service, attend at least two MSBA meetings within the year, and write another reflection paper that connects the subjects they have studied to the governance practices of the school district they serve.

Oesterly currently is the Vice President of the School District of Washington’s Board of Education.

Jason Oesterly
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