Ray Murphy, a member of the Richards School District Board of Education, was elected president of the Missouri School Boards’ Association Sunday, at the conclusion of the association’s three-day Igniting Great Ideas Summit in St. Charles.
Murphy has served as president-elect of the association for the past year.
Speaking to summit attendees, Murphy said it’s important to recognize the accomplishments of the past two years.
“We’ve learned a lot these last two years and I think we need to celebrate that,” he said. “Celebrate the things we did well, learn from the things we did not do well, and move forward.
Taking the office of president-elect is Ruth Johnson, a representative of the Raymore-Peculiar School Board.
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