Spotlight on Assistant Principals

Communicator
April 2018, Volume 41, Issue 8

NAESP recently celebrated National Assistant Principals Week April 9-13, 2018, as we recognized the significant role APs play in the overall academic achievement of students. In the commitment to preparing assistant principals to step into the principal role, NAESP honors stellar assistant principals through its National Outstanding Assistant Principals (NOAP) Award Program.

The 2017-2018 NOAP winners share their best practices to help schools continue to strive for high-level student achievement and educational excellence. Click each winners name to view their best practices.


Laura Tate
Edgewood Elementary School
Homewood, Alabama
 


Mark Rash
Angie Grant Elementary School
Benton, Arkansas
 


Bill Hesford
Bayfield Elementary School
Bayfield, Colorado
 


Joseph Macrino
Lewin G. Joel Jr. Elementary School
Clinton, Connecticut
 


Equetta Jones
Highlands Elementary School
Wilmington, Delaware
 


Robin Neal
Johns Creek Elementary School
Suwanee, Georgia
 


Dr. Jeff Kelly
Upson-Lee Middle School
Thomaston, Georgia
 


Cecile LaMar
Makaha Elementary School
Waianae, Hawaii
 


Melissa Freistat
Pocomoke Elementary School
Pokomoke, Maryland
 


Elise DuBois
Palmer River Elementary School
REhoboth, Massachusetts
 


Tracy L. Sexton-Oliver
Bluff View Elementary School
Lake City, Minnesota
 


Rigel Painter
Hollingsworth STEAM Academy
Las Vegas, Nevada
 


Jerrod D. Roberts
A.D. Olver Middle School
Brockport, New York
 


Brian K. Lyons
Wilson Elementary School
Cincinnati, Ohio
 


Stephanie D. Farmer
Tinicum School
Essington, Pennsylvania
 

Shelly Archuleta Smith
Andrew Jackson Elementary School
Old Hickory, Tennessee


Jessica Melendez-Carrillo
Congressman Silvestre & Carolina Reyes School
El Paso, Texas
 

 


Kaitlyn M. Engelmeier-Foor
Mary G. Porter Traditional School
Woodbridge, Virginia
 


Janel O. Scurlock
Pinedale Elementary School
Pinedale, Wyoming
 

 

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