She then took part in a budget workshop.
Frederick, Md (KM) A day after her nomination was approved by the County Council, Lois Jarman was sworn in as a member of the Frederick County Board of Education. The Clerk of the Circuit Court, Sandra Dalton, administered the oath of office on Wednesday morning.
Jarman is serving out the term of Ken Kerr, who resigned after his election to the House of Delegates from District 3B. That term will end in December, 2020.
After the swearing-in ceremony, Jarman and the other Board members took part in a budget workshop.
Jarman currently directs the Shepard University Office of International Affairs. She retired from the Frederick County School System in 2016 after 17 years, having taught French, Spanish and Latin. Jarman also served as an adjunct faculty member at Frederick Community College and Hood College.
Jarman received her bachelor’s degree from Goucher College, and a masters’ degree at Hood College. She earned her doctorate in second language acquisition for Shenandoah University.
By Kevin McManus