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Two Board members recognized for participating in state-level training

Tuesday, February 21, 2023

COLUMBIA – Two Beaufort County School District board members earned recognition by the South Carolina School Boards Association (SCSBA) for achievement in the association’s 2022–2023 Boardmanship Institute (BI).

BOE chair Gwozdz and BOE secretary Middleton receive recognition from the state. Gwozdz holds the plauque

Board Chair Dr. Christina Gwozdz (center, holding plaque) and Board Secretary Angela Middleton (right) are recognized by the SCSBA. They are accompanied by SCSBA Executive Director Scott Price (right).

Established in May 1982, SCSBA’s BI offers a year-round training program to help school board members better understand and more effectively act upon issues related to governance for their local schools. Training is required by state law only for new school board members.

Board Chair Dr. Christina Gwozdz and six others from districts across the state have earned Level Six recognition in the BI sponsored by SCSBA. It is the highest level of distinction for school board training. Level Six recipients received a pin and plaque at SCSBA’s Annual Convention held Feb. 17-19 on Hilton Head Island.

Board Secretary Angela Middleton reached Level One and will receive a certificate.

SCSBA is a non-profit organization serving as a statewide voice for boards governing the state’s 73 school districts.

For more information, please contact Angela Crosland, Director of Communications, SCSBA at