Longtime Clinton Board of Education member was inducted into the Tennessee School Board Association’s Quarter Century Club during a recent TSBA Annual Convention awards luncheon in Nashville.
The two school board members who were inducted have served 25 years on their local boards of education. Those individuals received honorary life membership in the Tennessee School Boards Association. The other 2014 inductee was Harold Garrett of Haywood County.
Clinton City Schools recently announced that Webster was retiring after 26 years on the board. He was honored for his dedicated service to the school system at a reception before the November school board meeting.
Webster has served with 24 different school board members and five superintendents or directors. He is the longest-serving board member in the history of Clinton City Schools.
The Tennessee School Boards Association is a state wide, nonprofit organization of school boards throughout Tennessee. TSBA’s mission is to assist school boards in effectively governing school districts, a press release said.