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B.J. Worthington, Clarksville-Montgomery School District, Nominated for 2011 Supervisor of the Year
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Department of Education awards outstanding administrators in education with the Principal of the Year and Supervisor of the Year honors each year.
The following individuals have been identified by peers as demonstrating the leadership and dedication desirable in education professionals. The winners will be named at the annual Tennessee Educational LEADership Conference later this month.
“There is no way we could push forward with crucial education reform in this state without the tireless effort of our leaders,” Education Commissioner Kevin Huffman said. “The principals and supervisors we recognize today have all helped make Tennessee a better place for kids to learn.”
The 2011 Principal of the Year Nominees include:
|Evangeline Montgomery||Blountville Elementary||Sullivan County Schools|
|David Watts||Sweetwater High||Monroe County Schools|
|Karen Hollis||Ganns Middle Valley Elementary||Hamilton County Schools|
|Geeta McMillan||Cassville Elementary||White County Schools|
|Larry Brown||J.E. Woody Elementary||Maury County Schools|
|Debbie Bogdan||The Discovery School||Dickson County Schools|
|Teresa Jackson||Martin Elementary||Weakley County Schools|
|Ricky Catlett||West Middle||Jackson-Madison County Schools|
|Rita White||Riverwood Elementary||Memphis City Schools|
|Mae Fowler||Putnam County|
|Christine Zielger||Meigs County|
|Angela Bunn||Huntingdon Special School District|
|Brenda Brown||Coffee County|
|Carol Whaley||Carter County|
|Mary Jane Ailor||Knox County|
|Timothy Rogers||Henderson County|
|Deanna McClendon||Shelby County|
Candidates for these awards are nominated by regional study councils composed of fellow principals and supervisors representing nine regions across the state. The Supervisor of the Year award honors district-wide administrators who guide improvements in school programming while pursuing higher standards of student academic success. The Principal of the Year award celebrates school leaders who have implemented outstanding programs resulting in significant school improvement and actively advocated for the improvement of education for Tennessee’s children.
For more information, contact Kelli Gauthier at 615.532.7817 or Kelli.Gauthier@tn.gov.