Sandate appointed to fill JCCC board vacancy
May 6, 2016
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. – Henry Sandate has been appointed to fill the vacancy on the board of trustees at Johnson County Community College.
Sandate, Shawnee, self-employed, State Farm agent, will complete the term of Bob Drummond, who resigned from the board in March. The term expires January 2018.
The trustees interviewed five candidates, selected from among eight applicants for the board seat, at a special meeting May 5. The other candidates who were interviewed were:
- Steven Baru, Overland Park, retirement education specialist
- Bobby Love, Olathe, senior pastor, second Baptist church of Olathe
- Melody Rayl, Olathe, attorney-at-law, Fisher & Phillips, LLP
- Tony Thill, Overland Park, president-CST International, executive vice president-Global Storage Sales
The candidates each had five minutes to present themselves to the board, and the trustees had 15 minutes to ask each candidate questions.Sandate will join the board at the next regularly scheduled meeting July 21.
Recent Press Releases
JCCC receives grant to train veterans in truck-driving program
October 19, 2016OVERLAND PARK, Kan. – Johnson County Community College is one of seven technical and community colleges across the nation to receive a grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety...
Seeking six students for STEM scholarship…
October 12, 2016OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — Current Johnson County Community College students are eligible to apply for a prestigious scholarship program from the National Science Foundation. The scholarships, based on past academic performance and...
Firehouse Subs donates AED to JCCC Police Department
October 06, 2016Em Smail, supervisor of JCCC Dining Services, Gregory Russell, chief of police, and Tara Ruff, franchise owner of the Firehouse Subs in the JCCC food court, show off the new campus AED device. Photo by Susan McSpadden/JCCC OVERLAND PARK, Kan....
Press ReleaseOVERLAND PARK, Kan. – Johnson County Community College is one of nine community colleges from across the nation to receive a 2016 Green Genome Award for exemplary efforts to promote sustainability. The award is presented by the American...
Good number of JCCC students voted in 2012, report shows
September 28, 2016OVERLAND PARK, Kan. – As the nation goes to the polls to elect a president in November, Johnson County Community College again will participate in a national study that gauges how many college students choose to engage in the democratic...