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    The Minnesota Association of School Administrators (MASA) is inviting nominations for the 2018 Minnesota Superintendent of the Year. The recipient of this prestigious award will be a candidate among other state winners for National Superintendent of the Year. The 2018 AASA National Superintendent of the Year will be announced at the AASA National Conference on Education in Nashville, March 15-17, 2018.

    The program pays tribute to the talent and vision of the men and women who lead our state’s public schools. Any superintendent, chancellor or top leader of a school system in Minnesota who plans to continue in the profession may be nominated. This program is designed to recognize the outstanding leadership of active, front-line superintendents.
    Each candidate is assessed on the following criteria:

     

    ·       Leadership for Learning – creativity in successfully meeting the needs of students in his or her school system.

    ·       Communication – strength in both personal and organizational communication.

    ·       Professionalism – constant improvement of administrative knowledge and skills, while providing professional development opportunities and motivation to others on the education team.

    ·       Community Involvement – active participation in local community activities and an understanding of regional, national and international issues.

     

    The nomination deadline is Aug. 1, 2017.
     

    Please nominate your superintendent at http://soy.aasa.org
    You will then be directed to the National Association page. Click on the NOMINATE button.

     

    For more information contact:

    Jeanna Vohnoutka

    Phone: 651-789-4062

    Quinn@mnasa.org

     

    Or

     

    Bernadine Futrell, Director, Awards and Collaborations

    AASA – The School Superintendents Association

    1615 Duke Street Alexandria, VA 22314

    Phone: 703.875.0717

    E-mail: bfutrell@aasa.org

     

    Recipients of the Minnesota Superintendent of the Year Award:

     

    1988 Glenn G. Matejka, Hutchinson Schools
    1989 Gerald L. McCoy, Eden Prairie Schools
    1990 Donald R. Draayer, Minnetonka Schools
    1991 James R. Walker, North Branch Schools
    1992 John R. McClellan, Centennial Schools
    1993 Marl Ramsey, Osseo Schools
    1994 Lowell D. Larson, Richfield Schools
    1995 Donald F. Groth, Kasson-Mantorville Schools
    1996 James R. Rickabaugh, Burnsville-Eagan-Savage Schools
    1997 Chris L. Huber, Spring Lake Park Schools
    1998 Gregory A. Vandal, Sauk Rapids-Rice Schools
    1999 Michael L. Kremer, Hopkins Schools
    2000 Laverne (Bob) Lageson, Big Lake Schools
    2001 Theodore Blaesing, White Bear Lake Schools
    2002 Carol Johnson, Minneapolis Schools
    2003 Ken Dragseth, Edina Schools
    2004 Kay Worner, Sartell-St. Stephen Schools
    2005 Ben Kanninen, Burnsville-Eagan-Savage Schools
    2006 Gary Prest, Bloomington Schools
    2007 Don Helmstetter, Spring Lake Park Schools
    2008 Mark Robertson, Fridley Schools
    2009 Dennis Peterson, Minnetonka Schools
    2010 Patty Phillips, No. St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale
    2011 Scott Staska, Rocori Schools
    2012 Chris Richardson,Northfield Schools
    2013 Jeff Olson, Saint Peter Public Schools
    2014 Kate Maguire, Osseo Area Schools
    2015 Sandra Lewandowski, Intermediate District 287
    2016 Daniel Bittman, Sauk Rapids-Rice School District
    2017 Curt Tryggestad, Superintendent of Eden Prairie Schools