The Camden and Gloucester County School Boards Associations presented milestone awards, and other recognition awards, during a recent joint meeting. Here, members receive 20-year milestone awards, marking their service to local school boards. Pictured (l-r) are Joyce Miller, Camden County School Boards Association president; Hillary Garr, Eastern Camden County Regional; Roseanna Iles, Waterford Township; Ginny Murphy, Gloucester County School Boards Association president; David Piccirillo, Delsea Regional; and Dr. Lawrence S. Feinsod, executive director, New Jersey School Boards Association.John Kendall, Hadden Township board president, received the 25-year milestone award. Pictured (l-r) are Joyce Miller, Camden County Association president; Kendall; and NJSBA Executive Director Dr. Lawrence S. Feinsod.The Washington Township, Gloucester County, School Board received the Carole E. Larsen Master Board Certification from the NJSBA Board Member Academy. The certificate is awarded in recognition of high-performing boards, and the board must provide evidence to demonstrate an emphasis on student achievement in its board actions. Pictured (l-r) are Terri Lewis, NJSBA field services representative; Robert Abbott, Washington Township vice-president; Ginny Murphy, president of the Washington Township board and the Gloucester County School Boards Association; Dr. Karen Garrison, Washington Township board member; and NJSBA Executive Director Dr. Lawrence S. Feinsod.The Essex County School Boards Association recognized three certified board members at a recent meeting. Pictured (l-r) are Ann Fahey, West Essex; Ronnie Konner, Livingston; Lisa Freschi, Verona; and Sandra Mordecai, Essex County School Boards Association president.The Essex County School Boards Association recognized two board members who achieved the designation Certified Board Leader. Pictured (l-r) are Ray Pinney, NJSBA director of member engagement; Certified Board Leaders Judith Amorim Dias, of West Essex and Marques-Aquil Lewis, a former Newark board member, who achieved certification before leaving the board; and Sandra Mordecai, Essex County School Boards Association president.The South Orange-Maplewood school board received board certification at a recent meeting. Pictured (l-r) are board member Stephanie Lawson-Muhammad, NJSBA field services representative Charlene Peterson, Elizabeth Baker, board president, and Susie Adamson, board member.The Hunterdon County School Boards Association presented milestone awards at a recent meeting, recognizing members for their years of service to local school boards. Pictured (l-r) are Kevin Bloom, 15 years, Kingwood; Nicole Claus, 15 years, South Hunterdon Regional; Theresa Kane, 15 years, Milford; Francis Goger, 20 years, North Hunterdon-Voorhees; Dan Seiter, 10 years, South Hunterdon; Laurie Markowski, 15 years, Flemington Raritan; Christy Tighe, NJSBA vice president for county activities; and Gwen Thornton, NJSBA field services representative.