NAESP Salutes Outstanding Assistant Principals
September 2014, Volume 38, Issue 1
Congratulations to the winners of the 2014 National Outstanding Assistant Principals Award.
This honor was created to celebrate assistant principals who are promoting educational excellence and strengthening their schools. These 17 winners, submitted by their NAESP state affiliate organization, have demonstrated exceptional leadership and have set high expectations for school staff and students.
The winners, by state, are:
Arkansas (Elementary): Andi Acuff
Arkansas (Middle-level): Jason Brunner
Colorado: Kimberlee Noyes
Connecticut: Elizabeth Messler
Georgia (Elementary): Alicia Conner
Georgia (Middle-level): Leslie Scarboro
Hawaii: Jacque Shaner
Indiana: Matthew Davis
Kentucky: Sarah Williams
Maryland: Ronald Wooden
Minnesota: Michelle Rosen
Missouri: Stephen M. Waigand
New York: Jennifer Check
North Carolina: Tevis Tramaine Harris
Ohio: David R. Winebrenner
South Carolina (Elementary): Terri Wheeler-Hawkins
South Carolina (Middle-level): Michele Zee
Texas: Lorena Zertuche
Virginia: Robin Hunt-Crenshaw
Wyoming: John Cunningham
NAESP will share these winners’ successes and best practices in the future.
Click here for more information about the program.
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