James Reter has been recognized by the Carroll Board of Education for receiving the Registered School Business Administrator Certificate for the Maryland/District of Columbia Association of School Business Officials.
Reter, director of business and finance for the county schools, received one of seven certificates issued in Maryland.
ASBO, a non-profit organization, is dedicated to promoting the efficient management of school business affairs.
Applicants must be active members of the MD/DC ASBO for at least three years, have served as a school administrator for at least five years with at least three in a Maryland jurisdiction, have a minimum of a master's degree and be certified as an administrator in the state of Maryland.
Otherfaculty members honored by the board were:
* James Gillespie, plant operations supervisor, for completing his term as School Facilities Section Director of the Maryland/District of Columbia Association of School Business Officials July 1.
During his tenure, Gillespie led the planning of both the fall and spring conferences and served onthe scholarship committee. Seminar topics for the conferences included telephone wiring for new schools and central offices, recycling, indoor air quality and energy conservation.
* Eulalia Muschik, supervisor of food services, for serving as state presidentof the Maryland School Food Services Association.
On state and national levels, this organization promotes legislation for money for and the improvement of school food services and facilities. Muschik is expected to receive the American School Food Services Association President's Gold Award at the annual conference this month.