Overview of KASA's
2016 Award Recipients
Please accept our invitation to nominate individuals from
your school district for one of KASA's distinctive awards. By doing so, you help
us recognize Kentucky's outstanding school administrators and support staff for
the commitment and passion they exude. We seek to honor the very best leaders in
education for the visionary and exemplary manner in which they perform their
daily tasks. They have devoted their lives to educating Kentucky's children, and
they deserve our earnest thanks.
Learn more about an award and
submit nominations below.
Distinguished Service Award | Past Recipients
Presented to an individual
who is retired (or will retire with the close of the current school year), and
has exhibited exemplary education leadership ability and brought honor to his or
her colleagues, the profession, and KASA.
Administrator of the Year Award | Past Recipients
Recognizes one building
level and one district level school administrator who has made outstanding
educational contributions in Kentucky’s public schools through exceptional
leadership and service to the association.
Wanda Luttrell Office Professional Award | Past Recipients
Named in honor of longtime
KASA employee Wanda Luttrell, this award is presented to an office professional
who has contributed significantly to the efforts of a school or district
administrative team. The award recipient will be recognized during Office
Professionals Week and receive a $500 gift.
Fred Award | Past Recipients
Inspired by well-known
author Mark Sanborn, the award is named in honor of Fred Shea, the subject of
Sanborn’s national bestseller, The Fred Factor. The award seeks to
honor an individual who exudes a Fred-like spirit of service, innovation, and
commitment to others, positively influencing and impacting the lives of those in
the school community.
Superintendent of the Year Award | Past Recipients
The Superintendent of the Year Award allows KASA to recognize and honor Kentucky’s superintendents for the contributions they make every day advocating for public education, our children, and our future.
William T. Nallia Award
Presented annually to an
education leader who reflects a spirit of innovation and cutting edge leadership
while bringing higher levels of success and learning to all children.