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TSBA names McLain ‘Master Board Member’

Washington County Board of Education Chairman Phillip McLain recently received an award from the Tennessee School Boards Association.
McLain was among 12 school board members in the state to earn the title of Master School Board Member, which is given to recognize the time and effort he has put into becoming more informed and more effective as a school board member, according to the TSBA. The award is given for participation in activities outside of local school board obligations.
There are five levels of recognition, and Levels I through IV are recognized during Fall District Meetings. Those receiving Level V Master Board Member are recognized at the annual TSBA convention held each November.
Master board members must have earned 250 credits in the appropriate categories and must have received at least a 25 out of 30 possible points for their portfolio.