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School system administrator

Anna Lee Banks Auvenshine, American School system administrator ( education)school system administrator. award 1980). Member International Reading Association, Association Supervision and Curriculum Development, Western College Reading Association, Texas Association School Adminstrs., Texas Association Gifted and Talented, Texas Junior College Teachers Association (certified of appreciation 1979.

Background

Auvenshine, Anna Lee Banks was born on November 27, 1938 in Waco, Texas, United States. Daughter of District of Columbia and Lois Elmore Banks.

Education

Bachelor, Baylor University, 1959. Master of Arts, Baylor University, 1968. Doctor of Education, Baylor University, 1978.

Postgraduate student, Baylor University, since 1989. Postgraduate, Colorado State University, 1970—1971. Postgraduate, University Northern Colorado, 1972.

Career

Teacher mathematics and English, Lake Air Junior High School, Waco Indiana School District, 1959-1963, Ranger (Texas) Indiana School District, Ranger High School, 1964, Canyon (Texas) Indiana School District, Canyon Junior High School, 1964-1966. Instructor English, Baylor University, 1963. Teacher mathematics Canyon Indiana School District, Canyon High School, 1968-1970.

Teacher mathematics and English, St. Vrain School District, Erie (Colorado) High School, 1970-1971. Teacher English and reading ThompsonSch. District, Loveland (Colorado) High School, 1971-1972.

Instructor, reading program director Ranger Junior College, 1972-1984, chairman humanities division, 1978-1982. Teacher mathematics Hillsboro High School, 1984-1985, administrator Hillsboro Indiana School District, 1985-1992. Trustee, Ranger (Texas) Indiana School District, 1979-1984, vice president board of trustees, 1980-1982, president, 1982-1984.

Community chairman, publicity chairman, troop leader Ranger Girl Scout Association, 1974-1977. Secretary EastlandCounty Heart Association, 1975-1977. Church school superintendent First United Methodist Church, Ranger, 1979-1981, organist, 1974-1977, member administrative board, 1979-1984.

Associate program director community and technical colls. and federal projects, equitydir. Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, Austin, 1992^.

Religion

People need not just to accept but also to grow in relationship with God. God's grace and love constantly prompts and seeks to transform us, and so we should continually seek and pray to grow in holiness and love.

Politics

The state should not use its authority to promote any particular religious belief. It should allow people practice their own religious convictions.

Views

The supportive small group inside the Church is the most powerful tool for people to feel that they belong and also to learn and grow.

Membership

Community chairman, publicity chairman, troop leader Ranger Girl Scout Association, 1974—1977. Secretary Eastland County Heart Association, 1975—1977. Trustee Ranger Indiana School District, 1979—1984, vice president board trustees, 1980—1982, president, 1982—1984.

Organist 1st United Methodist Church, Ranger, 1974—1977, church school superintendent, 1979—1981, member administrative board, 1979—1984. Associate program director community and technical colleges and federal projects, equity director Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, Austin, since 1992. Member of Ranger Junior College Faculty Organization (president 1980-1981), Ranger Parent-Teachers Association (parliamentarian 1978-1979), Texas Junior College Teachers Association (member professional development committee 1974-1979, vice chairman 1976-1977, member resolutions committee 1979-1980, Certified of Appreciation 1979), Texas Association Gifted and Talented, Texas Association School Administrators, Western College Reading Association, Association Supervision and Curriculum Development, International Reading Association, Baylor Alumni Association (life.

Director 1988-1992, board directors 1988-1994), Baylor Bear Club (Waco), 1947 Club (Ranger) (president 1977-1978), Delta Kappa Gamma (president Beta Upsilon chapter 1978-1980, president Gamma Delta chapter since 1986, Achievement award 1980).

Connections

Daughter of District of Columbia and Lois Elmore Banks. Married William Robert Auvenshine, December 21, 1963. Children: Karen Lynn, William Lee.

father:
District of Columbia Banks

mother:
Lois Elmore Banks

spouse:
William Robert Auvenshine

child:
Karen Lynn Auvenshine

child:
William Lee Auvenshine