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RECOGNITION PROGRAMS

On This Page:
  • Hall of Fame School Recognition Program
  • Distinguished Principal Award
  • Assistant Principal Award
  • D. Richard Murray Service Award
  • Do you know an exemplary individual or school who should be rewarded?

    Please read about OAESA's award programs by clicking on each program in the box to the right or by scrolling down the page. If you would like to send us a nomination, click on the PDFs to the brochures below. Inside each are details about nomination requirements, deadlines, and additional information about the programs.

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    OAESA Hall of Fame School Recognition Program

    Exemplary educational programs that go above and beyond meeting the needs of students in elementary and middle level schools across the state are recognized annually through the OAESA Hall of Fame School Recognition Program. This award has been distributed since 1984.

    Congratulations, 2014 Hall of Fame School Winners:

    Pickerington Elementary, Pickerington Local Schools
    Timberlane Learning Center, Northridge Local Schools
    Crestwood Elementary, Swanton Local Schools
    Madison Avenue Elementary, Riverside Local Schools
    Granby Elementary, Worthington City Schools
    Toll Gate Middle School, Pickerington Local Schools


    OAESA Distinguished Principal Award
    Honorees are selected by 
    their colleagues for achievements above and beyond those expected in the usual school program. The criterion for the selection of the OAESA Distinguished Principal has been set by OAESA, NAESP, and the United States Department of Education. OAESA has been recognizing Ohio's outstanding administrators since 1984.

    Congratulations 2014 Distinguished Principal Award Winner, Dr. Rachel L. Jones, principal of Gurney Elementary in Chagrin Falls Exempted Village Schools. Rachel will represent Ohio in October as the 2014 recipient of the prestigious National Distinguished Principal (NDP) Award from the National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP). Dr. Jones has brought innovative programs to Gurney that help students achieve as learners but also succeed as citizens. She has crafted a building and community culture known as the "Gurney Experience." She makes everyone feel important, valued, and that their opinions and ideas count.

    OAESA Outstanding Assistant Principal Award

    Congratulations 2014 Outstanding Assistant Principal Award Winner, 
    David R. Winebrenner, from Kings Junior High School in the Kings Local School District.

    Dave exemplifies service leadership. He is always looking for ways to make students successful and supporting teachers professionally to make it happen in the classroom. He is committed to the community through many avenues of volunteering and supporting students as they participate in community activities. When asked for a statement of legacy he shared the Robert Louis Stevenson quote, "Judge each day, not by the harvest you reap but by the seeds you plant." 


    OAESA D. Richard Murray Service Award
    To recognize D. Richard Murray, Emeritus OAESA Executive Director, the OAESA Board of Directors has annually presented an award to an individual who has provided outstanding service benefitting administrators and the children they serve during the most recent year.

    Congratulations 2014 D. Richard Murray Service Award Winner: Kevin R. Conners

    Kevin Conners, attorney at law, was selected as this year's honoree based on his level of service and commitment to OAESA. Since 2008, Kevin has offered unmatched support for our organization, working tirelessly on OAESA's behalf, making himself available at all hours of the day, even after hours and weekends. Over the years, he has provided exceptional representation and counseled the OAESA Board of Directors and Dr. Davis in areas of compliance, regulatory, fiscal, and legal matters. In addition, he has always adhered to the highest standards of professionalism, ethical conduct, and integrity.

     



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