Dr. Elaine Farris Awarded Power of One Award

Dr. Elaine Farris received the Power of One Award from the Kentucky Association of School Administrators (KASA) Friday, July 19, 2015 at a special ceremony. This award honors and influential and inspirational role model whose willingness to effect important and meaningful change has made an impact on Kentucky schools, districts, and KASA.

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KY Center for School Safety Receives Nallia Award

The Kentucky Association of School Administrators Board of Directors selected the Kentucky Center for School Safety (KCSS) as the 2019 recipient of the William Nallia Award. Named in honor of the former executive director of KASA who led the tremendous growth of the association in its early years, the award is presented annually to an educational leader or entity that has shown a spirit of innovation and exemplary service to Kentucky’s students.

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Muhlenberg County's Angela Shoemaker is the 2019 Fred Award Recipient

One of three finalists, Shoemaker was presented the award July 19, during KASA’s 51st Annual Leadership Institute, the largest gathering of school administrators statewide. Finalists are selected by a statewide judging panel representing leaders from school districts across the commonwealth.

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Floyd County Schools' Educator Name School Level Administrator of the Year

Rachel Crider, Principal at Allen Elementary School in Floyd County, has been named the building level Administrator of the Year by the Kentucky Association of School Administrators. She was presented the award at KASA’s annual leadership conference in Louisville, July 17, 2019.

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Metcalfe County Schools' Educator Name District Level Administrator of the Year

Jamie Howard, District Instructional Coordinator for Metcalfe County Schools, has been named the district level Administrator of the Year by the Kentucky Association of School Administrators. She was presented the award at KASA’s annual leadership conference in Louisville, July 17, 2019. 

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Casey County Schools' Educator Receives Distinguished Service Award

Jennifer Godbey, Casey County Family Resource Center Coordinator, has been honored as the 2019 Distinguished Service Award Winner by the Kentucky Association of School Administrators at its annual leadership conference in Louisville, July 18. The award has been presented annually since 1973 to a retired (or retiring) educator who served both KASA and public education with an outstanding level of service and commitment. 

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Lifetouch Receives the KASA Heart for Education Award

The Kentucky Association of School Administrators (KASA) awarded Lifetouch the 2019 Heart for Education Award. Presented annually to a high level business partner who works with KASA to provide learning opportunities and services to Kentucky school districts and who goes above and beyond in serving children and public education, giving generously of their time and resources at a level that exceeds expectations. 

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Fleming County Educator Receives Tomorrow's Leader Scholarship

Whitney Wilson, principal at Simmons Middle School in Fleming County, has been awarded the Kentucky Association of School Administrators’ Tomorrow’s Leader Scholarship for 2019. KASA thrives on serving and giving back to its dedicated members that work hard to ensure Kentucky Public Schools succeed each day. Wilson will receive $3,000 to apply toward tuition for coursework taken at Eastern Kentucky University leading to her superintendent’s certificate.

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