The Cape May and Warren County School Boards Associations each met recently, and presented awards and certificates to members, as the associations closed out the school year.The Cape May County School Boards Association presented several milestone awards, and a Master Board Member certificate, at its recent meeting. Pictured (l-r) are Brandon Pugh, NJSBA vice president for legislation/resolutions; Joseph Clark Jr. of Ocean City and Dan Tumolo of Sea Isle City, each receiving a 10-year milestone award; Josephine Sharpe of Wildwood City, who is also county association vice president, receiving Master Board Member Certification; Joseph Schiff of Wildwood Crest, who received the 25-year milestone award; and Cape May County School Boards Association president Jacqueline McAlister of Ocean City.Students from Lower Township’s Maud Abrams School presented a musical performance at the meeting of the Cape May School Boards Association.At a recent Warren County School Boards Association, Assemblyman Erik Peterson (Dist. 23) addressed members about issues pertaining to education.Sen. Michael J. Doherty (Dist. 23) discussed issues of interest to public schools during a recent Warren County School Boards Association meeting.The Warren County School Boards Association presented 10-year Milestone awards to school board members who have served their local districts for a decade. Pictured (l-r) are Rudolph DiGilio, Franklin; Tricia Cowell, Frelinghuysen; Rosemarie Person, Phillipsburg; and Bethany Summers, North Warren Regional, President WCSBA. With them are Christy Tighe, NJSBA vice president for county activities, and Dr. Lawrence S. Feinsod, NJSBA executive director.