|Jim Bouwman||Riverview JHemail@example.com|
|Kayce Fluckey||Green Riverfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|James Maughan||Oquirrh Hills MSemail@example.com|
|Tyrel Mikesell||Mountain Greenfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Asa Nielsen||Willowcreek MSemail@example.com|
|Randy Rasmussen||Box Elderfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Legislative Council Responsibilities
“Connect and Communicate”
- You represent the UASSP membership. You must be a member of UASSP
and NASSP to qualify as a legislative council member. You are appointed
by the Executive Board to be a liaison to the members of UASSP in your
region. You will be meeting with the Executive Board at least twice a year.
- Collaborate with Executive Board members and other Legislative Council
members to determine the Legislative priorities for UASSP.
- Connect with Legislators and State board members in your area and
establish a meaningful, working relationship.
- Communicate concerns and priorities to Legislators and State board
members in your area.
- Keep updated on education bills and priorities with state education and
- Mentor other principals and administrators in the state of Utah to “connect
and communicate” with their local legislators.
- Since you are representing the secondary administrators in Utah, when
communicating with legislators and board members, you CAN use your
- Stay in contact with Todd Quarnberg (UASSP State Representative) and
Rhonda Bromley (UASSP Executive Director) about educational and
legislative issues and concerns.
Todd – email@example.com
Rhonda – firstname.lastname@example.org
*Since you serve as a Legislative member, you will only need to pay half
price for the summer and mid-winter conferences during the time that you