Mrs. King Nominated for Administrator of The Year Award

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Congrats Mrs. King! In this photo Mrs. King, Ms. Fusco, and Dr. Jennings are standing together while Mrs. King holds flowers. This photo was taken because Mrs. King won the High School Administrator of the year reward Ms. Fusco and Dr. Jennings are there to congratulate her. Dr. Jennings told us that “This is a HUGE HUGE deal.” she told us how important this reward id and that she is very proud of Mrs. King.

Saturday morning on August 14th, Miss King received an email from the Florida Art Education Association that she had been nominated for the Administrator of the Year award. She was in complete shock and did not hit her right away. King had been nominated by Ms. DuBois, an Art teacher at North Port High School, as the person who nominated Mrs. King for the award. “She’s been such an integral part of the VPA program,” She stated. “She is the most supportive administrator I’ve ever had.” The key factor for nominating her was the fact that she was the one to really build the program. For 20 years, Miss King has deliberately been urging people at the district level, even at the state level, to really make North Port High a place for students to release their artistic talents. Moreover, she believes the VPA program will be able to reach all types of students despite their backgrounds. King mentions that in the arts program, the playing field is levelled, and not about how brilliant anyone is. 

 

With the most active support for the VPA program, Mrs. King continues to build the program to its peak with future plans. “We are getting something called adjuncts,” She emphasized. “They are adjunct teachers that are going to come into those classrooms and they’re going to skill build and bring out the best skills in students.” These teachers will cover various parts of the VPA program such as orchestra, choir, theatre, and dance. Alongside the new adjunct teachers, King hopes to refurbish unused parts of the school buildings and add potentially new rooms and spaces. In the end, Mrs. King has devoted her time to the students, teachers, and staff at North Port High, and totally deserves the nomination for Administrator of the Year! 

 

Mrs. King is holding flowers standing next to Mrs. DuBois
You go girl! Mrs. King and Mrs. DuBois are standing together while Mrs. King holds flowers. Mrs. DuBois is in this photo because she was the one who nominated Mrs. King for the High School Administrator of the year reward. which Mrs. King won. Mrs. Dubois told us that the huge reason she nominated Mrs. King was because “She helped us become a VPA” Mrs. Dubois loves Mrs. King and is so thankful for everything she has done for our school.
Mrs. King and Dr. Jennings are standing next to each other with their arms around one another
Hugs! Here, Mrs. King and Dr. Jennings are standing together. They took this photo because they were celebrating Mrs. Kings winning of the High School Administrator of the year reward. Dr. Jennings told us that “She has done a lot for our school” she knew Mrs. King deserved this reward.
Mrs. King is sitting in the middle of a room with art students surrounding her
Gather Around! Mrs. King is sitting in the middle of a crowd of students. She was taking a photo with the students because she was celebrating with them for the fact that she won the High School Administrator of the year reward. Mrs. King told us “I got the email on a Saturday and when I say it I was in shock” She was very excited to receive this reward and very surprised she got it.
Mrs. King. Mrs. Dubois and a student are standing together while Mrs. King holds flowers
Laugh it off! This photo show Mrs. King, Mrs. DuBois and a student are standing together while Mrs. King holds flowers. They took this photo in celebration of Mrs. King winning the High School Administrator of the year reward. Mrs. DuBois told us that “She has been such an integral part of the VPA” Mrs. DuBois knows she deserved the reward and is very happy she got it.