The Rodel Foundation of Arizona has named 26 educators from across Arizona to the 2015 cohort of Rodel Aspiring Principals. Next month these individuals will begin training, shadowing and building a network with Rodel Exemplary Principal mentors as they prepare to become principals of Arizona schools. Name Title School, District City Joel Bacalia Assistant Principal…
ASU Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College: https://education.asu.edu/resources/news/seven-alumni-principals-recognized-excellence-rodel-foundation
Congratulations to the four alumni who received 2016 Rodel Exemplary Principal Awards:
Shannon Bonnette (BAE,1991), Richard E. Miller School, Washington Elementary District;
Karie Burns (BAE, 2001 ), Surprise Elementary School, Dysart Unified District;
Bennett MacKinney (MEd, 2006; EdD, 2015), Echo Mountain Intermediate School, Paradise Valley Unified District;
Kate McDonald (MEd,1993), South Mountain High School, Phoenix Union High School District.
Arizona Republic: http://www.azcentral.com/story/news/local/arizona/education/2015/11/30/9-teachers-metro-phoenix-named-rodel-exemplary-teachers/76242274/
Four Phoenix-area principals are among eight statewide who have been named Rodel Exemplary Principals…
By Alexis Huicochea, Arizona Daily Star: http://tucson.com/news/local/education/three-principals-from-area-schools-up-for-rodel-award/article_c1d0fdc3-bf88-5a45-905e-2b834c6eb22c.html
Over the last several years, the leaders of three Tucson schools serving a high population of children in poverty have worked to buck the trend of low academic achievement in poor communities. As a result, Cholla High Magnet School Principal Frank Armenta, Homer Davis Elementary leader Chad Miller and Daniel Schulter of Dodge Traditional Magnet School have been named finalists for the 2016 Rodel Exemplary Principal Award…
NAU News: http://news.nau.edu/nau-alums-make-rodel-exemplary-principals-list
Northern Arizona University alumni continue to top the list of the Rodel Exemplary Principal awards for 2015, with five of the eight principals having earned degrees or certificates from the university.
The Rodel Foundation of Arizona is proud to announce that eight outstanding Arizona school leaders have been named 2015 Rodel Exemplary Principals. These principals, representing the best in the state, have been selected for their demonstrated ability to inspire their staffs to contribute to school-wide success and the development of a campus that is high…
The Rodel Foundation of Arizona has named 16 finalists for the 2015 Rodel Exemplary Principal Award. These finalists from schools in high-need communities have been selected for their demonstrated ability to inspire their staff to contribute to school-wide success and the development of a campus that is high achieving, safe, orderly and welcoming. Name School…
Arizona Republic: http://www.azcentral.com/story/news/local/phoenix/2015/01/02/phoenix-area-principals-earn-rodel-honors/21185989/
Five Maricopa County principals are among eight statewide named a Rodel Exemplary Principal.
They are Heather Henderson from Arizona Charter Academy in Surprise, Elaine Jacobs from North Canyon High School in the Paradise Valley Unified District, Kyann McMillie from Wildflower School in the Avondale Elementary District, Lisa Sandomir from Maurice C. Cash Elementary in the Laveen Elementary District and Amy Uchacz from Pima Elementary in the Scottsdale Unified District.
By Alexis Huicochea, Arizona Daily Star: http://tucson.com/news/local/education/precollegiate/tucson-principals-named-rodel-finalists/article_7b7fe197-a231-5075-8f47-09b14a1e3d15.html
The leaders of three Tucson schools are being recognized for their ability to develop high-achieving campuses in communities that many would consider to be challenging.
Alicia Alvarez of Alta Vista High School, Cristela Cardenas of Gallego Basic Elementary School and Christine Sullivan of La Cima Middle School have been named 2015 Rodel Exemplary Principal finalists…