Lindbergh Board of Education member Vic Lenz recently was elected vice president of the Missouri School Boards’ Association in Columbia.
His election took place last month at a meeting of the MSBA Delegate Assembly.
Lenz was elected to the Lindbergh Board of Education in April 2004, where he currently serves as vice president. He retired from the Lindbergh School District in 2003 following 39 years in education.
While at Lindbergh, Lenz held positions as a social studies teacher, counselor, guidance director, assistant principal, middle school principal and assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction. In June 2006, Lenz also was elected MSBA Region 7 leadership development chair.
When he is not formally working for the welfare of all Missouri students and school districts, Lenz is active in the Crestwood-Sunset Hills Rotary Club and enjoys serving as an usher for the St. Louis Cardinals.
Other state officers serving MSBA for the coming year include: President Peggy Taylor, from the Nixa R-II School District; Vice President Dave Wright, Blue Springs R-IV School District; and Immediate Past President Robin Krause, Knob Noster R-VIII School District.