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Dr. Ethan Lenker, Superintendent of Pitt County Schools,Awarded 2023 Raymond Sarbaugh Leadership Award

Dr. Ethan Lenker, Superintendent of Pitt County Schools, was awarded the NC Association of School Administrators’ (NCASA) 2023 Raymond Sarbaugh Leadership Award during the NCASA 2023 Conference on Educational Leadership. This award, named in honor of NCASA’s first full-time Executive Director, the late Raymond Sarbaugh, is given annually to an NCASA member who shows outstanding leadership in public school service, as well as a commitment to enhancing and supporting the efforts of fellow school administrators and NCASA.

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Jack J. Hoke, NCSSA Executive Director, Awarded 2023 Champion For Children Award

Mr. Jack J. Hoke, Executive Director of the NC School Superintendents’ Association (NCSSA), was awarded the 2023 Champion for Children Award during the NC Association of School Administrators’ (NCASA) 2023 Conference on Educational Leadership. The Champion For Children Award, a prestigious honor given annually by NCASA to an individual demonstrating leadership in supporting and enhancing public education, was awarded this year to Mr. Hoke in recognition of over five decades of service as an educator, mentor, and fierce advocate for public schools.

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8 Regional Nominees Compete For 2023 Superintendent Of The Year Award

Eight outstanding school district leaders who have been chosen as regional Superintendents of the Year are vying for the 2023 A. Craig Phillips North Carolina Superintendent of the Year Award. The award will be presented in a ceremony beginning at 5:00 p.m. at the Sheraton Greensboro/Koury Convention Center in Greensboro on Nov. 15.

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2022 NCASA Officers

NCASA Executive Board Approves New Leadership

Members of the NCASA Executive Board approved on June 13th the selection of Dr. Rhonda Schuhler, Superintendent of Franklin County Schools, as NCASA’s President-Elect, effective July 1, 2022. At that time, Dr. Aaron Slutsky, Chief Technology Officer for Gaston County Schools, will take over as NCASA’s President from Mr. Brad Richardson, Principal at Forest City-Dunbar Elementary in Rutherford County Schools.

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Virtual Education, Principal Licensure, State Board Membership, & Other Bill Action This Week

Members of the Senate voted not to concur on Wednesday with House changes to a bill laying out new parameters for virtual education and remote academies in the state. The primary bill sponsor, Senate Education Co-Chair Michael Lee (R-New Hanover) asked fellow Senators not to concur with the latest version of Senate Bill 671, noting

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2022 Raymond Sarbaugh Leadership Award Winners

Dr. Marvin Connelly, Dr. Marcie Holland Co-awarded 2022 Raymond Sarbaugh Leadership Award

Dr. Marvin Connelly Jr., Superintendent of Cumberland County Schools, and Dr. Marcie Holland, recently retired Senior
Director of Human Resources for Wake County Public Schools, have been co-awarded the North Carolina Association of School Administrators’ (NCASA) 2022 Raymond Sarbaugh Leadership Award.

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NC’s Dr. Rodney Shotwell Among 3 Vying To Be AASA President-Elect

The School Superintendents Association (AASA) has announced three candidates, including one from North Carolina, who will compete for votes from February 19 – March 12 to become the national organization’s President-Elect. Dr. Rodney Shotwell, Superintendent of Rockingham County Schools, is one of three contenders vying for the office of President-Elect. He began his career in

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