Distinguished School Administrator Award
Sponsored by ProQuest
Deadline: February 1, 2017
The Distinguished School Administrator Award honors a school administrator who has made worthy contributions to the operations of an exemplary school library and to advancing the role of the school library in the educational program.
The purpose of the AASL Distinguished School Administrator Award is:
To honor those administrators outside the library profession who through individual leadership and sustained effort have made worthy contributions to the operations of effective school library services and to advancing the role of the school library services in the educational program.
To recognize the responsible and influential role of those administrators outside the school library department in developing successful school library programs.
To stimulate planning, implementing and support of the library services which are essential to a meaningful educational program.
State, county or district school superintendents and building principals, currently in administrative office, directly responsible for a school or group of schools at any level, who is not working in a library services department and who is not a regular ALA/AASL member are eligible for nomination. District administrators responsible for broad instructional leadership such as assistant superintendents, directors of curriculum and instruction and directors of elementary and/or secondary education are also eligible provided they are not working in a library services department or a regular ALA/AASL member.
Nominations must be made by AASL personal members.
Questions? Contact Shannon Carter, 800-545-2433 x 4381
|2016||Kathleen Procopio||Millville (N.J.) High School Principal|
|2015||Lenny Santamaria||Myra S. Barnes Intermediate School 24 Principal
Staten Island, N.Y.
|2014||Dr. Arturo Cavazos||Harlingen (Texas) CISD
|2013||Scott Bacon||Blue Valley High School Principal
|2012||Mat McRae||Swan Valley High School Principal
|2011||Donna Haye||District Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum & Instruction, Atlantic City (N.J.) Board of Education|
|2010||Vince Barnes||North Elementary School Principal
|2009||Melanie Goffen Horowitz||Central Elementary School Principal
|2007||Nathan S. Greenberg||Superintendent of Schools, Londonderry (N.H.) School District|
|2006||Kay McBride||Library Specialist, Pasadena (Texas) ISD|
|2005||Michael Hart||Holy Rosary School Principal
|2004||Dr. William Harner||Superintendent, Greenville (S.C.) County School District|
|2003||Barbara E. De Spain||Lois Lenski Elementary School Principal
|2002||Dr. William Meuer||Norwood Park School
|2001||Dr. Kathleen D. Smith||Cherry Creek High School
|2000||Dr. Elaine Armani||Associate Superinterdent for Curriculum & Instruction, Waukegan (Ill.) Community School District|
|1999||Eugene Sudol||Wayne Hills High School Principal
|1998||Brian Fagan||Assistant Superintendent, Fairfield (Conn.) Public Schools|
|1997||Donald V. DeLong||Superintendent, Merced (Calif.) City School District|
|1996||Faye Kimsey||Lakeside Elementary School Principal
|1994||James C. Enochs||Superintendent, Modesto (Calif.) City Schools|
|1993||Susan Robinson||Harcourt Elementary School Principal
|1992||Thomas L. Gibbs||Assistant Superintendent for Secodary Education, Indian Prairie School District #204
|1991||Marilyn Blakely||Director of Elementary Education, Vigo County School Corporation
Terre Haute, Ind.
|1990||Dr. Richard Doremus||Superintendent, Shoreham-Wading River Central School District
|1989||Robert Gross||Superintendent, ISD #181
|1988||Ralph Ricardo||Superintendent, Ascension Parish School District
|1987||Ron Wimmer||Assistant Superintendent, Olathe (Kan.) District Schools|
|1986||William H. Phillips||Superintendent, Jordan (N.Y.) Elbridge Central School District|
|1985||E. Wayne Harris||Fairfax County School District