Whitehead elected MSBA vice president

Doug Whitehead, a member and former president of Jefferson City’s School Board, this weekend was elected the Missouri School Boards Association’s vice president.

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“I think that we’re going to do more in the next five years for public education than we’ve done in the last 50,” Whitehead said Monday afternoon, “(with) a lot of change and a lot of opportunity.

“And this affords me the chance to see a lot of perspective and learn from all my peers, statewide, so that Jeff City can be more successful.”

Whitehead is serving in his fourth three-year term on the Jefferson City board, and said his involvement with MSBA is “an opportunity for professional development for me to be better as a local board member.”


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