Members of the Minnesota Association of School Administrators elected District 16 Superintendent Jeff Ronneberg president-elect in April.
He will serve a three-year term, reporting to the Board of Directors as president-elect in 2014-2015, president in 2015-2016 and past-president in 2016-2017. He will begin in the role July 1.
The association has more than 500 members, most of whom are superintendents and other district-level administrators.
“I’m honored to have the opportunity to serve the members of the Minnesota Association of School Administrators, and the broader educational community, in the coming years,” Ronneberg said in a press release from the Minnesota Association of School Administrators. “My colleagues across the state work each day to create systems to ensure that their students are engaged in meaningful learning experiences that result in success today so they see no limits to what they can achieve in their future.”
During Ronneberg’s term, he is expected to support members’ needs, communicate the benefits of public education and lobby for beneficial educational practices and laws.
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