Lauren Knopp of Ocean City High School, the New Jersey State Board of Education student representative, will speak at Workshop 2022, addressing attendees at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 25.
She is a senior at Ocean City High School in Ocean City. She is passionate about serving on the student council, coding, and performing in musicals and plays with Ocean City’s drama guild. Knopp has also been awarded the National Cyber Scholarship, which spurred her interest in promoting computer science education in her community. After a few difficult years with COVID-19, she hopes to promote better mental health and higher student morale in her local school district.
Since 1976, the New Jersey Association of Student Councils has elected the student representative to the New Jersey State Board of Education, who also serves as one of the State Board of Education’s nine state officers. The term of office for the student representative, as defined by the State Board of Education, is from July 1 to June 30 of the following year.
About NJSBA’s Workshop 2022 Workshop includes three full days of networking opportunities and professional development, including leadership training, keynote speakers, student entertainment, demonstrations from industry partners and more.
Group Registration The group rate covers 25 team members and may include: the school board, business administrator, superintendent, facilities managers, curriculum professionals, IT staff, principals, human resource professionals and other district staff.
Housing Information Blocks of rooms have been secured at select Atlantic City hotels. Hotel and rate information is available on the Workshop 2022 website. Hotel reservations must be handled by your school business administrator.
More Information Visit the Workshop website for more information.