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APS Superintendent Dr. Crit Caton presents a certificate of recognition to Cierra Gomez for Outstanding Leadership and Performance at the 2015 Legislative Session during Monday’s school board meeting.  Pictured from left are Jeff Bowman, Carolyn Shearman, Caton, Gomez, Susie Parker, Margaret Aguilar, Lowell Irby and Becky Harwell.  Courtesy Photo – Thad Phipps
APS Superintendent Dr. Crit Caton presents a certificate of recognition to Cierra Gomez for Outstanding Leadership and Performance at the 2015 Legislative Session during Monday’s school board meeting. Pictured from left are Jeff Bowman, Carolyn Shearman, Caton, Gomez, Susie Parker, Margaret Aguilar, Lowell Irby and Becky Harwell. Courtesy Photo – Thad Phipps

By TERESA LEMON
Community Living Editor
Recently reelected school board members Carolyn Shearman and Jeff Bowman’s statuses were approved by the Artesia Public Schools Board of Education during its regular meeting Monday evening.
The two were sworn in by Board President Lowell Irby. Dr. Crit Caton, superintendent, then conducted the election of the board’s officers. Irby remains as president of the board, with Bowman serving as vice-chairman and Shearman as secretary. … For the rest of the story, subscribe in print and on the web.

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