Perry Township Schools Celebrates National NIET Award of Excellence for Educator Effectiveness
Perry Township Schools leaders and educators gather on stage to celebrate the National NIET Award of Excellence for Educator Effectiveness, along with NIET Chairman and Founder Lowell Milken (first row, center) and CEO Dr. Candice McQueen (first row, fourth from right).
Left to right:
Perry Meridian 6th-Grade Academy Teacher Craig Hendrick, District English Learner Director Whitney Wilkowski, Assistant Superintendent for Elementary Education Vickie Carpenter, Superintendent Pat Mapes, NIET Chairman and Founder Lowell Milken, NIET CEO Dr. Candice McQueen; Assistant Superintendent for Secondary Education Bob Bohannon, District Director of Elementary Education/Title I Jane Pollard; and Associate Superintendent Chris Sampson.
Clinton Young Master Teacher Liz Price, Douglas MacArthur Kindergarten Academy Principal Nicole Jewell; Southport 6th-Grade Academy Cherie Ramos; Homecroft Kindergarten Academy Master Teacher Tim Cooper, Southport Middle Master Teacher Jackie Miller, Mary Bryan Elementary Principal Dana DeHart; Douglas MacArthur Principal Star Hardimon; Mary Bryan Master Teacher Jennifer Dishman, Perry Meridian High Master Teacher Julie Tennell, and Jeremiah Gray Kindergarten Academy Principal Lora Hansell.
NIET Senior Program Specialist Jen Oliver, Southport Middle School Principal Stephanie Quinlan, Homecroft Kindergarten Academy Principal Jennifer Pleak, Winchester Village Principal Natalie Bohannon, Glenns Valley Principal Dave Rohl, Southport High Principal Brian Knight, Jeremiah Gray Elementary Principal Doug Smith, and Rosa Parks Principal David Henriott.
Superintendent Pat Mapes and NIET CEO Dr. Candice McQueen Celebrate National NIET Award of Excellence for Educator Effectiveness
Perry Township Schools Superintendent Pat Mapes speaks about the positive impact of the NIET partnership on educators and students, as NIET CEO Dr. Candice McQueen looks on.
Says Mapes, "We are confident that our NIET partnership is helping all of our students succeed."
"Perry Township is an example to each of us about what is possible when we focus on having an effective teacher in every classroom every day," says Dr. McQueen.
Perry Township Schools Pat Mapes Discusses Impact of NIET Partnership
Perry Township Schools Superintendent Pat Mapes addresses more than 1,000 educators, policymakers and other influential leaders at a luncheon honoring his district as the first recipient of NIET's National Award of Excellence for Educator Effectiveness. "After implementing NIET's framework, our district is emerging as a leader in educator effectiveness," he says. "Each year, our results get better and better. And we have the data to prove it."