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Proper Training for the Board of Trustees

CERRITOS, CALIFORNIA – The majority of the Cerritos College Board of Trustees have been serving the campus for 2 or more years and have yet to learn proper parliamentary procedure or Robert’s Rule of Order when it comes to having an efficient meeting. 180 more words


Sectional Speaking Contest

The Cashton FFA Parli Pro team competed at Sectional Speaking Contest on Thursday, March 19th. They once again had to demonstrate the proper procedures in conducting a meeting according to Robert’s Rules of Order. 63 more words

Student Development

ALA MW 2015 - Council Actions and Why I Voted Against Condemning Libraries with Weapons Depots

You can now find the write up of actions taken by ALA Council at the 2015 Midwinter Meeting on ALA’s Council Actions page. There is one particular vote that I’d like to explain because I think it will get taken out of context. 777 more words


Virtual Meeting Space: How to Conduct Business When Everyone Is Not In the Same Room

Marching Band, Percussion Ensemble, Track and Field, FFA, Tri-M Music Honors Society and Work. Those were the things I was involved in when I was in high school, on top of going to school for seven hours a day. 678 more words

Ag Education

NAP Treasurer, Evan Lemoine

Evan is a certified public accountant, certified fraud examiner, and a professional registered parliamentarian.  Now a licensed CPA in Connecticut and Rhode Island, Evan is a serial entrepreneur who began his first venture, a website development firm, at age 13.   158 more words

District Speaking Contest

On Monday, January 19th, eight members of the Cashton FFA traveled to Bangor for the annual District Speaking Contest. We competed Parliamentary Procedure which consisted of Mark, Rebecca, and Nick Gronemus, Angela Klinkner, and Sierra and Taylor Hanley and Ryan Osuski competed in Discussion Meet.  86 more words

Student Development

Rae Hodge: State Senate’s ‘bill mill’ is a dilemma that leaves the public out of the process

For Northern Kentucky Tribune
Published: Jan 12th, 2015


Kentucky’s top legislative brass weigh in on the fast pace of state lawmaking, and what happens to civic engagement when the public is left out of the loop. 1,386 more words