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Monterey County School Boards Association Honors the Boys & Girls Clubs of Monterey County
with “Excellence in Education” Award
Salinas, Calif. –The Monterey County School Boards Association will honor the Boys & Girls Clubs of Monterey County with the “Excellence in Education” award at its annual dinner and organizational meeting on Thursday, April 14th from 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at California State University Monterey Bay University Center. School board members and superintendents from school districts throughout Monterey County, Hartnell College and Monterey Peninsula College will attend. Dr. Eduardo M. Ochoa, President of CSUMB will give an address.
The Boys & Girls Club of Monterey County provides a wide variety of high quality, active learning experiences to children and youth ages 6 to 18. The Boys & Girls Club’s programs and activities provide a safe and positive environment for thousands of students throughout the County. The Monterey County School Boards Association is extremely grateful that the Boys & Girls Club of Monterey County brings together education, school, family, community, and volunteerism to meet this important need.
The Boys & Girls Clubs was selected for the Excellence in Education award by engaging hundreds of children daily in a wide range of fun and exciting activities through their clubhouses in Salinas and Seaside as well as their extension sites throughout the County.
About the Monterey County School Boards Association: The Monterey County School Boards Association helps governance teams fulfill their school district’s educational missions by providing information and training on governance standards and current issues.
Excellence in Education Award Criteria: A program that is available and accessible to students countywide, has a transformative and significant impact on students’ quality of life, and demonstrates a commitment to exceeding expectations in pursuit of addressing significant, unmet student needs.
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