Local school board members had the opportunity to discuss education with their area legislators as a series of meetings coordinated by NJSBA’s governmental relations department continued.At a recent legislative district meeting, local board members discussed issues of interest with Assemblywoman Pamela R. Lampitt (L.D. 6). Pictures (l-r) are Jason Waugh, Collingswood board, Camden County School Boards Association vice president/legislation; Jonathan Pushman, NJSBA legislative advocate; Joyce Miller, Gibbsboro board president, Camden County School Boards Association president, NJSBA Legislative Committee member; Assemblywoman Lampitt; Kathy Judge, Cherry Hill board, NJSBA Legislative Committee member.Board members met with Assemblyman Jon Bramnick (L.D. 21) to discuss education concerns. PIctured (l-r) are Assemblyman Bramnick;; Linda Woodridge, Bernards Township board; Robin McKeon, Bernards Township board; Christopher Jones, NJSBA legislative advocate.At a recent legislative district meeting are (l-r) Joseph Coldren, Woodbury board, NJSBA Legislative Committee member; Jonathan Pushman, NJSBA legislative advocate; and Assemblywoman Patricia Egan Jones, (L.D. 5).