Tuesday, November 01, 2016
Pasco Administrators Complete Prestigious Leadership Program
Land O’ Lakes, FL – (November 1, 2016) – Eight Pasco County Schools administrators recently joined colleagues from 11 Florida school districts to complete the National Institute for School Leadership’s (NISL) Executive Development Program (EDP) as part of a multistate effort to increase school leader effectiveness and improve student learning.
The following principals and district administrators completed the leadership development program, made possible by a U.S. Department of Education Investing in Innovation (i3) validation grant and funds from the Wallace Foundation:
• Terry Aunchman, director of Career & Technical Education
• Rachel Boehmer, assistant principal at Charles S. Rushe Middle School
• Brandon Bracciale, principal of Thomas E. Weightman Middle School
• Adam Kennedy, principal of Crews Lake Middle School
• Rayann Mitchell, director of Teaching & Learning
• Joe Musselman, principal of Hudson Middle School
• Tom Osmun, supervisor in Staff Development & Educator Supports
• Suzanne St. Clair, supervisor in Accountability, Research & Measurement
“These administrators already are effective leaders in this district,” said Superintendent Kurt Browning. “We think this training
will strengthen and enhance their leadership skills, while giving them the tools to continue to improve student achievement.”
The attached NISL press release contains more information about the training.