The decision regards her phone interview with 560 AM radio host Jason Worley who she agreed with when the Worley said the Jefferson County superintendent should be shot.
Worley said, "If you have a [full-time] Facebook person still in Jefferson County [on staff] your superintendent should be shot."
Boggs maintains she was on her phone, not in the studio and didn't hear what the radio host said. Thursday's censure is an official reprimand for the comments.
The Jefferson County School District said this is Boggs second censure. She was censured the first time in 2010 for "unethical behaviour" after she reportedly threatened to derail a $32.8 million federal grant.
Boggs was elected to the school board in 2009.
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