Potts on state school board
Davie County Board of Education member Dub Potts has been elected to a second two-year term on the board of directors for the The North Carolina School Boards Association (NCSBA) during the delegate meeting of the 2020 Annual Conference for Board Member Development on Nov. 4.
NCSBA’s new president is Amy Churchill from Buncombe County; president-elect is Lucy Edwards, Northampton County; vice president is Darrell Pennell, Caldwell County; and treasurer is Jennifer Thompson, Cherokee Central Schools. Officers will serve a one-year term.
Members elected to serve a second two-year term also include Patricia Burden, Wayne County; Mac Hodges, Beaufort County.
Members elected to serve a first two-year term on the board are Margaret Bradsher, Person County; Ben Cooke, Mount Airy City; Worley Edwards, Columbus County; Allison Gant, Alamance-Burlington; and Charles McKellar, Cumberland County.
The board establishes the mission and goals for the association and ensures that NCSBA activities and programs remain focused on these goals. In addition, the officers and directors are the personal communications link between their regions and the association.