At the October Principals Meeting, two more principals were recognized with the Values in Action awards. Dr. Kate Lyman was honored for demonstrating Excellence, and Mrs. Stephanie Acosta for exemplifying Trust.
One colleague stated that “Dr. Lyman’s constant pursuit of excellence truly shows the type of leader she is and how committed she is to the success of her campus and community!”
Mrs. Acosta has been described as a leader that “approaches every aspect of her job with grace and patience. She listens with her heart and is honest in a non-intimidating way.” Congratulations to both our school leaders!
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