Crockett Retires After Sixteen Year School Board Service

Crockett Retires After Sixteen Year School Board Service
Posted on 08/14/2018

Stoney Crockett bid farewell to his colleagues on the Robertson County School Board as he attended his final board meeting on Monday, August 13.  Before and during the meeting, Crockett was recognized with gifts and reflections of his 16 years of school board service. 

A resolution honoring his service was passed unanimously by his fellow-members and reads as follows:

 

Friend of Education Recognition

 

Presented to

 

Stoney Crockett

 

Robertson County School Board Member

2002-2018 (District 2)

 

 

WHEREAS, Stoney Crockett has served 16 years as a Robertson County Schools Board Member; and

 

WHEREAS, Mr. Crockett has served in key leadership positions including Chairman, Vice-Chairman, and TLN/FLN representative throughout his time on the board; and

 

WHEREAS, Mr. Crockett was a key voice in the efforts to completely rezone the attendance areas throughout the Robertson County School System; and

 

WHEREAS, Mr. Crockett participated in developing a settlement agreement with the United States Department of Justice concerning diversity and equity for all county schools, and

 

WHEREAS, Mr. Crockett has served on the TSBA Board of Directors from 2012-2017 and as Chairman of the TSBA Mid-Cumberland District and continues to be active in several regional and state level leadership activities sponsored by TSBA; and

 

WHEREAS Mr. Crockett has attained a Level V Master School Board Member certification and is a member of the 2016 All Tennessee School Board; and

 

WHEREAS, Mr. Crockett was instrumental in the planning and advising for the construction of the White House Heritage High School, which opened in the fall of 2010; and

 

WHEREAS, Mr. Crockett has been a friend and supporter of education through his commitment to the children of Robertson County;

 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Robertson County Board of Education recognizes Board Member Stoney Crockett for his efforts to improve education throughout Robertson County; and now

 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that a copy of this resolution be included as a permanent part of the minutes of the Robertson County Board of Education meeting held Monday, August 13, 2018.

 

 

 

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