Knocking It Out of the Park, Amanda Broy Wins National Outstanding Assistant Principal Award
For the third year in a row, the Virginia Association of Elementary School Principals has chosen a Prince William County Public Schools administrator as the winner of the National Outstanding Assistant Principal Award for Virginia. Amanda Broy learned of her selection at a ceremony held at Swans Creek Elementary School.
What sets Broy apart is her commitment to student learning and her relationships. She challenges and encourages teachers to differentiate instruction based on the individual needs of their students, to collaborate on instructional and behavioral strategies and ideas, and to reflect on current practices to make sure we are always doing the best we can for each student,” Principal Barry Rosenberg said.
Jim Baldwin, Executive Director of the Virginia Association of Elementary School Principals; School Board Vice Chairman, Lillie Jessie (Occoquan); Superintendent Steven Walts; and Associate Superintendent for Eastern Elementary Schools, Craig Gfeller gave congratulatory remarks.