Posted Date: 02/13/2019
Jill Lachenmayr, assistant superintendent for academics, has been named to the 2019 Leadership for Tomorrow Class of 2019.
Participants are nominated to apply and are chosen through an application process that focuses on individual leadership in
Kansas public education and participation in activities that promote effective governance and raise student achievement.
"This year's leadership class is a great mix of board members, district and building-level administrators from all across the
state, large and small districts, suburban and rural,” said Dr. John Heim, KASB executive director. “They are all leaders in
their home districts and communities. This program provides opportunities to learn from each other and visit other districts
to gain ideas they can use in their own districts.”
Leadership for Tomorrow gives board members, superintendents and administrators time to explore change theories and
strategies, participate in leadership skill training and expand understanding of education key issues for effective governance
and raising student achievement. Through five two-day sessions, the class will visit local schools, hear classroom
presentations and participate in class discussions of issues and challenges facing Kansas education.