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NATIONAL DISTINGUISHED PRINCIPALS PROGRAM, 2015NAESP is pleased to feature the 2015 National Distinguished Principals (NDPs), individuals who exemplifythe highest attributes of the elementary and middle-level principalship and who demonstrate significant careeraccomplishments; dedication to education; exemplary leadership; high standards for instruction and studentachievement; and lasting contributions to their entire school communities.This prestigious program, established in 1984, promotes and celebrates excellence in educational leadership forpre-K-8 education, and it highlights the fundamental importance of elementary and middle-level principals asprimary catalysts for creating a lasting foundation for learning, driving school and student performance, andfor shaping the long-term impact of school improvement. The program is conducted by NAESP in corporatepartnership with VALIC, a financial services company specializing in retirement programs.Each class of NDPs includes principals who lead elementary and middle-level schools in both the public andprivate sectors and the U.S. Department of State American Overseas Schools. The individuals representingpublic schools are initially nominated by their peers and colleagues in their home state. Final selections aremade by executives and volunteer leaders of NAESP’s state-affiliated associations. Special committees selectprincipals from among those nominated by private education associations and from the schools affiliated withthe U.S. Department of State American Overseas Schools.Nomination and selection criteria, established by NAESP, require, among other factors, that the NDP candidateis a practicing principal of a school that (1) is clearly committed to excellence; (2) has programs designed tomeet the academic and social needs of all students; and (3) has firm ties to parents and the school community.Candidates must show evidence of outstanding contributions to the community and the education profession.Visit www.naesp.org for additional details.ABOUT NAESPNAESP, founded in 1921, is a professional association serving elementary and middle school leaders in theUnited States, Canada, and internationally. It operates through a network of affiliated associations.2 0 1 5 Nat i onal D ist in g uished P rin cipa l s

Representing Public SchoolsLaurie K. KingAnita A. StevensCrestline Elementary SchoolMountain Brook City SchoolsMountain Brook, AlabamaChinook Elementary SchoolAnchorage School DistrictAnchorage, AlaskaDion J. StevensLisa D. Gonzales-SolomonSouthside Middle SchoolSouthside School DistrictBatesville, ArkansasCharlynne J. HopkinsJohn M. Clayton Elementary SchoolIndian River School DistrictFrankford, DelawareLowell Elementary SchoolSanta Ana Unified School DistrictSanta Ana, CaliforniaAngela Murphy-OsbornePalmetto Elementary SchoolOrange County Public SchoolsOrlando, FloridaChristopher R. BarnesCorte Sierra Elementary SchoolLitchfield Elementary School DistrictAvondale, ArizonaJennifer PasschierCrawford Elementary SchoolAurora Public SchoolsAurora, ColoradoChristi HildebrandElm Street Elementary SchoolCoweta County School SystemNewnan, Georgia2 0 1 5 Nat i ona l D ist in g uished P rin cipa l sMelissa L. FinkJones Elementary SchoolSpringdale School DistrictSpringdale, ArkansasAlicia M. BowmanWest Woods Upper ElementarySchoolFarmington Public SchoolsFarmington, ConnecticutMelanie H. SiglerBurney-Harris-Lyons MiddleSchoolClarke County School DistrictAthens, Georgia

Malaea WetzelHaleiwa Elementary SchoolCentral Oahu School DistrictHaleiwa, HawaiiKimberly G. MitchellBJ DeAustinGarwood Elementay SchoolLakeland District #272Rathdrum, IdahoLynley D. SchroeringMarsha JonesLost Creek Elementary SchoolVigo County School DistrictTerre Haute, IndianaDebbie Kay FullerBonner Springs Elementary SchoolUnified School District 204Bonner Springs, KansasLuhr Elementary SchoolJefferson County Public SchoolsLouisville, KentuckyMansfield Elementary SchoolDeSoto Parish School SystemMansfield, LouisianaTracy L. WilliamsCarol E. HahnDavid N. KeimBellows Spring Elementary School Fred W. Miller Elementary SchoolW.G. Mallett SchoolMt. Blue Regional School District Howard County Public School System Sam Placino Elementary SchoolEllicott City, MarylandHolliston School District(RSU 9)Holliston, MassachusettsFarmington, MaineMark FrenchRice Lake Elementary SchoolOsseo Area SchoolsMaple Grove, MinnesotaKelli G. BrownPetal Elementary SchoolPetal School DistrictPetal, MississippiJulie J. TrepaPaul Norton Elementary SchoolBettendorf Community SchoolDistrictBettendorf, IowaPatrick MackinSlidell Junior High SchoolSt. Tammany Parish SchoolDistrictSlidell, LouisianaJeremey WhanBemis Elementary SchoolTroy School DistrictTroy, MichiganJasmine L. BriedwellLake Contrary ElementarySt. Joseph School DistrictSt. Joseph, Missouri2 0 1 5 Nat i onal D ist in g uished P rin cipa l s

WH Aaron GriffinFrenchtown Elementary SchoolFrenchtown School District #40Frenchtown, MontanaJoAnne K. RobertsGrant Elementary SchoolLincoln Elementary SchoolNorfolk Public SchoolsNorfolk, NebraskaEmil Carafa, Jr.Washington Elementary SchoolLodi School DistrictLodi, New JerseySteve M. Lassiter, Jr.Pactolus SchoolPitt County SchoolsGreenville, North CarolinaDonna Jo BolesPerkins-Tryon IntermediateSchoolPerkins-Tryon Public SchoolsPerkins, OklahomaAnna M. ParrillDr. Lewis F. Soule SchoolSalem School DistrictSalem, New HampshireEloisa SolisCentral Elementary SchoolLas Cruces Public SchoolsLas Cruces, New MexicoLynn M. WolfSunrise Elementary SchoolBismarck Public SchoolsBismarck, North DakotaScott W. DrueAloha-Huber Park K-8 SchoolBeaverton School DistrictBeaverton, OregonPaula Southard-StevensCharlestown Middle SchoolFall Mountain Regional SchoolDistrictCharlestown, New HampshireCharles A. SmilinichColonial Village Elementary SchoolNiagara Wheatfield Central SchoolDistrictNiagara Falls, New YorkGlen L. StachoDrake Elementary SchoolStrongsville City School DistrictStrongsville, OhioMary Beth GroveEast York Elementary SchoolYork Suburban School DistrictYork, Pennsylvania2 0 1 5 Nat i onal D ist ing uished P rincipa l sLouise K. SeitsingerTiogue Elementary SchoolCoventry Public SchoolsCoventry, Rhode Island

Claire D. ThompsonLake Murray Elementary SchoolDistrict Five of Lexington andRichland CountiesChapin, South CarolinaBrad L. OlingerFlandreau Elementary SchoolFlandreau Public SchoolsFlandreau, South DakotaRoss G. LuncefordLincoln Elementary SchoolOgden School DistrictOgden, UtahRobin M. PinderHomestead Elementary SchoolCumberland County SchoolDistrictCrossville, TennesseeKristin A. HubertNorthwest Primary SchoolRutland City Public SchoolsRutland, VermontTaj R. JensenTyee Park Elementary SchoolClover Park School DistrictLakewood, WashingtonSandra Pelletier MountainRandom Lake Elementary SchoolSchool District of Random LakeRandom Lake, WisconsinDiane D. GoughHewitt Elementary SchoolMidway Independent SchoolDistrictHewitt, TexasPamela R. JohnsonFalling Creek ElementaryChesterfield County PublicSchoolsRichmond, VirginiaElizabeth J. MoorePinch Elementary SchoolKanawha County SchoolsElkview, West VirginiaBrenda CreelAlta Vista Elementary SchoolLaramie County School District #1Cheyenne, Wyoming2 0 1 5 Nat i onal D ist in g uished P rin cipa l s

Representing Private SchoolsKristin M. OlsonFirst Lutheran SchoolEvangelical Lutheran EducationAssociationTorrance, CaliforniaScott A. SchumacherSt. Peter’s Lutheran SchoolLutheran Schools of Indiana –Lutheran Church Missouri SynodColumbus, IndianaPhilip R. Riley, Jr.Saint Monica Catholic SchoolDiocese of DallasDallas, TexasAnne ReapTrenton Catholic Academy LowerSchoolDiocese of TrentonHamilton, New JerseyMary Pat SchlickenmaierSaint Rita Catholic SchoolDiocese of ArlingtonAlexandria, VirginiaRepresenting U.S. Department of StateAmerican Overseas SchoolsCatarina Song ChenEscola Americana de Belo Horizonte(The American School of Belo Horizonte)U.S. Department of State- Office ofOverseas SchoolsBelo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, BrazilMichael SchoolerInternational Community School ofAddis AbabaU.S. Department of State – Office ofOverseas SchoolsAddis Ababa, Ethiopia2 0 1 5 Nat i onal D ist ing uished P rincipa l s

First Lutheran School Evangelical Lutheran Education Association Torrance, California Scott A. Schumacher St. Peter’s Lutheran School Lutheran Schools of Indiana – Lutheran Church Missouri Synod Columbus, Indiana Anne Reap Trenton Catholic Academy Lower School Diocese of Trenton H

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