The Warren County School Boards Association welcomed a state legislator to its recent meeting, while the Sussex County School Boards Association recognized board accomplishments.State Sen. Michael J. Doherty, who met with the Warren County association, and Warren County Association president Karen Graf of Washington Township.Frelinghuysen board member David Hocking was recognized for 30 years of service on his local school board. Pictured, L to R, are NJSBA field service representative Kathy Helewa; Hocking; Warren County School Boards Association President Karen Graf; and Christy Tighe, of Greenwich Township, the new NJSBA vice president for county activities.The Hardyston school board received a plaque for board recertification at a recent meeting of the Sussex County School Boards Association. Pictured, L to R, are Hardyston board members James Sekelky, Edward Blahut, vice president; Philip Giordano; Dorothy Beltramine, president; Ronald Hoffman; Michael Ryder; and NJSBA field service representative Kathy Helewa. NJSBA Director of Member Engagement Ray Pinney looks on at left.The Newton school board was honored, and received a plaque, for earning board recertification. Pictured, L to R, are Newton board members Anthony Neggers and John Jackson; Newton Chief School Administrator Ken Greene; board members Tina Larsen and Ray Morris; Jessica Egner, board vice-president; board members Ann Marie Cook and Joan Faye; Stella Dunn, board president; business administrator Donna Snyder; NJSBA field service representative Kathy Helewa; and Newton board member Ed Caffrey.