Superintendents chosen for award

2013-10-06T00:00:00Z Superintendents chosen for award The Billings Gazette
October 06, 2013 12:00 am

At the Montana Association of School Superintendents fall conference, the MASS Regional Superintendents of the Year were recognized. The award recognizes outstanding leadership of superintendents who have succeeded in providing exceptional learning opportunities for students. Eastern Montana winners were Wes Coy of Huntley Project Schools, MASS Central Region; Kelly Haaland of Melstone School, Central Region; Tony Holecek of Westby School, Northeast Region; and Jennifer O’Connor of Jordan Schools, MASS Southeast Region. The Montana Superintendent of the Year will be announced at the Montana Conference of Education Leadership on Oct. 17, and the winner will be honored at the American Association of School Administrators National Conference on Education in February.

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