Winnetonka High School principal, Matthew Lindsey, was appointed Wednesday, July 1 to leadership in an education group that influences what happens in classrooms across the nation.
The National Association of Secondary School Principals announced that Lindsey accepted a four-year term as one of 24 members on the organization’s board of directors. Lindsey represents a region that covers Missouri, Kansas, Arkansas, Arizona, Colorado and New Mexico.
As a member of the board, he will participate in shaping the organization’s federal education policy agenda and will travel to Washington, D.C., at least four times a year for board meetings and to talk with federal policymakers.
Lindsey will start his eighth year as principal of Winnetonka High School this August and was named principal of the year in April by the Greater Kansas City Missouri Principals Association.
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