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MESSAGE FROM EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, JUHAN MIXON ED.D

Originally published Friday, October 24, 2014.

Juhan Mixon, Interim Executive Director

FASA President-Elect is Florida's National Distinguished Principal!

Ocoee Middle School principal Dr. Mark Shanoff was selected as the 2014 National Distinguished Principal for Florida, sponsored by the National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP) and Variable Annuity Life Insurance Company (VALIC).

Ocoee Middle is Florida’s State Demonstration School for technology and an Apple Distinguished School. He has served as a principal in Orange County at the elementary and middle grades since 2008. Dr. Shanoff currently serves as President of the Florida Association of Elementary and Middle School Principals and President-elect of FASA. He is also the Past President of the Orange County Association of School Administrators.

In his application, Dr. Shanoff stated, “My style has always been to lead, not manage. However, the principal’s role requires striking the right balance. In reflecting on my six years as a principal, I have found that you lead by building capacity in others.”

The National Distinguished Principals program was established to recognize and celebrate elementary and middle-level principals who set high standards for instruction, student achievement, character and climate for the students, families, and staffs in their learning communities.

Public school elementary and middle-level principals are nominated by peers in their state, and final selections are made by committees appointed by each of NAESP’s state affiliate offices. The criteria require:
  • Practicing principal with at least five years’ experience 
  • Demonstrate evidence of outstanding contributions to the community and to the education profession
  • Lead a school that is clearly committed to excellence
  • Schools programs designed to meet academic and social needs of all students, along with firm ties to parents and the community
A past National Distinguished Principal wrote about Dr. Shanoff stating, “In the years that I have known [Dr. Shanoff] as an officer of FASA and FAEMSP, and principal of Ocoee Middle School, [he] ha[s] proven to be an extremely resourceful person.  [His] success has been achieved because [he] ha[s] a sense of ambition and eagerness to learn; both of these qualities have developed [him] into an excellent role model.”

Dr. Shanoff was recognized in Washington, D.C. during the 2014 National Distinguished Principal event Oct. 16 and 17, 2014. 

Congratulations Dr. Shanoff!

     


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