Nominations for the 2021 Paul Morris Community Service Award will be accepted from April 9th through May 31st. The award is sponsored by MSBA’s FutureBuilders’ Foundation. It was established to honor and recognize an individual Missouri school board member, past or present, who has shown an outstanding commitment to local community service. The award is named in honor of Paul Morris, a past president of the Missouri School Boards’ Association, who devoted countless hours to strengthening his community and improving its schools through his volunteer service and work.

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  • Submitter Information

  • Nominee Background:

    In this section, please submit a paragraph or two about the nominee for each of the following areas.
  • Nominee’s public school board service, MSBA involvement that supports K-12 public education in Missouri.
  • Nominee’s commitment to community service through memberships, leadership roles, organized events, and service in community organizations. Examples may include Rotary Club, Lions Club, library board, etc.
  • Individualized actions that enhance nominee’s community value in the promotion of public education. Examples may include economic groups, community partnership pursuits, etc.
  • Awards, honors and recognitions that acknowledge the nominee’s service to public education, their community and/or profession.
  • Why does this nominee deserve to be awarded the Paul Morris Community Service Award?
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