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TULSA, Okla. –  This week, the Tulsa Board of Education congratulated recently re-elected District 3 Board member Jennettie Marshall. The Board also elected Stacey Woolley to serve as the board president. Suzanne Schreiber, who the board elected, will serve as the board vice president.

Jennettie Marshall

“Serving on the Tulsa Public School Board has been a cherished honor that I hold dear to my heart,” said board member Marshall. “I have made every effort to serve with integrity, keeping vigilant the effort to be the voice of the community. My vision is for the creation of a world-class educational district that is steeped in the resolve to educate all children equitably by incorporating the voices of all stakeholders.”

The Tulsa Board of Education is an elected board of seven community leaders who serve as the governing body for Tulsa Public Schools. Board members serve four-year terms.

“I look forward to working together again with Board Member Marshall as we continue serving our students and families and focus on the important work happening in Tulsa Public Schools,” said Superintendent Deborah A. Gist. “We are also excited to welcome back Board President Woolley and Board Vice President Schreiber into their leadership roles as we work together to ensure that every student in our district is prepared for success in college, careers, and life.”

The board is responsible for establishing policies under which the district operates while acting within the framework of state and federal laws and meeting the unique needs and concerns of the communities they serve.

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