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School Board Spotlights: August 2022

On Tuesday night, August 16th, 2022, the School Board members signed a handful of proclamations for current and upcoming events.

First up was designating August 15–20, 2022 as Pedestrian and Cyclist Safety Week in Flagler County. They were joined by Flagler County Commissioner Andy Dance and Flagler County Sheriff Rick Staly.

Amelia Fulmer joined the Board in commemorating September 11-17, 2022 as “Arts in Education Week.”

Board Members also signed a proclamation marking September 28, 2022, as “Dads Take Your Children to School Day.”

Finally, the Board issued proclamations declaring September as “Suicide Prevention Month” and “Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.”

Following the proclamations, Board members used the Spotlight portion of the evening to congratulate the group of Flagler School educators for completing the Aspiring Leaders program through the North East Florida Educational Consortium. This is a 40-hour program designed for experienced educators who have shown leadership potential and are seeking the possibility of becoming school leaders.

School Board and Flagler County Sherrif's Office posing in boardroom

County Commissioner Andy Dance and Flagler County Sheriff Rick Staly joined the board to designate August 15-20, 2022 as Pedestrian and Cyclist Safety Week in Flagler County.

School Board and Arts Educators posing in boardroom

Amelia Fulmer joined the Board in commemorating September 11-17, 2022 as “Arts in Education Week.”

School Board Meeting Room

The Board issued proclamations declaring September as “Suicide Prevention Month” and “Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

School Board meeting with several spectators

The Board issued proclamations declaring September as “Suicide Prevention Month” and “Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.

Group of district employees and board members posing in boardroom

Flagler Schools educators who have completed the Aspiring Leaders program