Awards Committee Business Meeting Minutes
Awards Committee Representatives
Date Appointed: July 2013
CHAIR: Cheryl Probst
BOARD LIAISON: Gina Riggs and LeAnn Dinsdale
STAFF LIAISON: Kate Dowdy
MEMBERS: One representative from each Region
1.1 To ensure the recognition of outstanding achievements by individuals who have made extraordinary contributions to the career and technical education field, to programs that exemplify the highest standards and to organizations that have conducted activities to promote and expand career and technical education.
2.1 This is a committee appointed under
procedures adopted pursuant with Article 8.1 of the Bylaws.
3. COMPOSITION, SELECTION & TERM
3.1 The Committee is composed of one representative from each ACTE Region and a chairperson.
3.2 The term of office is the Association’s operating year. Members serve for a two-year period and can serve up to two terms.
3.3 The committee elects its chair with approval of the Board of Directors. The chair serves for a one-year term.
3.4 The Region vice presidents appoint their committees' representative.
3.5 There are no special eligibility requirements to serve on this committee. It
is recommended that members of this committee have experience working with
Awards at the state level.
3.6 Members of the Awards Committee are not eligible, during their service to this Committee, to receive an award.
The Committee's objective is to recognize excellence and innovation in the career and technical education field. Specifically, the Committee is responsible for reviewing nominations and determining the recipients for the ACTE Excellence Awards. Specific objectives for this year are:
4.1 Review and determine winners for the ACTE Excellence Awards.
4.2 Update the scoring rubric as needed to reflect the new ACTE Excellence Awards format.
4.3 Work with the Region Award Committees to ensure a positive regional awards process.
4.4 Communicate changes to the ACTE Excellence Awards.
4.5 Provide suggestions and guidance on communication strategies between National, the ACTE State Associations and the Regions.