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Board member Judy
Velasquez was elected HUDS Vice President for next year.

Dougherty was
sworn in by outgoing President Genevieve Llerena. Llerena and fellow board
members Ted Crowell and Velasquez were reelected in November to another
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HUSD Superintendent Jeff Harding.

Also Wednesday, three HUSD educators
were celebrated for winning top honors from two statewide education groups.

Recognized were:

--Bruce Standifer, a teacher at Healdsburg
Junior High, who was named "Educator of the Year" by the California League of
Middle Schools.

--Ilene Frommer, Healdsburg High School Counselor, who
was named "Educator of the Year" by the California League of High Schools.

--Annie Millar, HUSD's Director of Curriculum and Instruction, who was
named "Administrator of the Year" by the California League of Middle Schools.

All three were praised by their colleagues for outstanding work and

In addition, Harding made a special tribute to Millar,
saying that she not only performed the technical aspects of her job with
excellence, but that she provided a "moral compass" and served as "the
conscience of the district," he said.

Millar said her "mission was
success for each and every student," and that "it was a joy to be part of this
challenge of helping to shift education into the 21st century," she said.

She also said she was pleased to play a role in finding ways to greater
embrace diversity in the education system.

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