It is a two-year term. This will be the second terms served by Vogts.
Vogts said he is looking forward to continuing his service to the association.
“It is a fantastic organization, and I have been a part of it ever since I became a high school journalism teacher,” he said. “I have seen my students leap for joy at winning a contest, nearly cry at a heart-breaking loss, and come away from a conference jazzed with excitement and new knowledge. I have networked with incredible educators from around the state, and I have learned so much. The benefits of this organization are truly unlimited.”
KSPA is, according to its website, “a non-profit organization composed of Kansas scholastic journalism students and their teachers. The organization is committed to excellence in journalism at all levels and views its focus as one of providing journalism education leadership for Kansas teachers and students. The KSPA provides a support system through its contests, conferences and scheduled activities.”