20 Oklahoma superintendents to be honored by OASA - KSWO, Lawton, OK- Wichita Falls, TX: News, Weather, Sports. ABC, 24/7, Telemundo -

20 Oklahoma superintendents to be honored by OASA

George Coffman (Source Marlow Public Schools) George Coffman (Source Marlow Public Schools)
Roger Hill (Source Altus Public Schools) Roger Hill (Source Altus Public Schools)

Oklahoma City, OK (KSWO) – The Oklahoma Association of School Administrators (OASA) has announced the selection of 20 school superintendents as the 2016 District Superintendents of the Year.

“We congratulate these superintendents for being selected by their colleagues for their service, leadership and accomplishments in the education profession. To be selected as an OASA district winner, these administrators are required to meet certain criteria such as maintaining and encouraging high expectations of students and staff, exhibiting strong leadership skills, professionalism, involvement in professional activities, and playing an active role in their communities” said Dr. Pam Deering, the Executive Director of OASA.

The administrators will be recognized for the accomplishment at the OASA awards banquet on Wednesday, June 8.

The 2016 OASA District Superintendents of the Year are:

•  District #1—Bret Rider, Turpin

•  District #2—Kyle Reynolds, Woodward

•  District #3—Dr. Mike Simpson, Guthrie

•  District #4—James Ramsey, Perkins-Tryon

•  District #5—Dr. Kirt Hartzler, Union

•  District #6—Rick Kibbe, Catoosa

•  District #7—Bret Towne, Edmond

•  District #8—Travis Gates, White Rock

•  District #9—Jerry McCormick, Maud

•  District #10—Derald Glover, Fort Gibson

•  District #11—Ron Flanagan, Muldrow

•  District #12—Brad Overton, Cordell

•  District #13—Roger Hill, Altus

•  District #14—Craig McVay, El Reno

•  District #15—George Coffman, Marlow

•  District #16—Raymond Cole, Wynnewood

•  District #17—Kevin Duncan, Tishomingo

•  District #18—Don Atkinson, Spiro

•  District #19—Stacey Ebert, Battiest

•  District #20—Dr. Greg Winters, Canadian Valley Technology Center

The 20 winning superintendents are now eligible for the title of 2016 Oklahoma Superintendent of the Year. The state winner will be announced at the CCOSA Summer Conference on June 9. 

Copyright 2016 KSWO. All rights reserved.

  • Local NewsNewsMore>>

  • Maryland removes Dred Scott ruling author's statue

    Maryland removes Dred Scott ruling author's statue

    Friday, August 18 2017 6:59 AM EDT2017-08-18 10:59:52 GMT
    Friday, August 18 2017 10:32 AM EDT2017-08-18 14:32:30 GMT

    A statue of the U.S. Supreme Court justice who wrote the Dred Scott decision that upheld slavery and denied citizenship to African Americans has been removed from the grounds of the Maryland State House.

    A statue of the U.S. Supreme Court justice who wrote the Dred Scott decision that upheld slavery and denied citizenship to African Americans has been removed from the grounds of the Maryland State House.

  • After Charlottesville, colleges brace for more hate attacks

    After Charlottesville, colleges brace for more hate attacks

    Friday, August 18 2017 4:30 AM EDT2017-08-18 08:30:21 GMT
    Friday, August 18 2017 10:32 AM EDT2017-08-18 14:32:26 GMT

    Colleges are bracing for more violence on campus after a deadly attack at a white nationalist rally in Virginia became the latest example of hatred migrating from the internet to the streets.

    Colleges are bracing for more violence on campus after a deadly attack at a white nationalist rally in Virginia became the latest example of hatred migrating from the internet to the streets.

  • Mother of slain protester says she won't talk to Trump

    Mother of slain protester says she won't talk to Trump

    Friday, August 18 2017 8:21 AM EDT2017-08-18 12:21:43 GMT
    Friday, August 18 2017 10:32 AM EDT2017-08-18 14:32:17 GMT

    The mother of a woman who was killed while protesting a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, says she won't talk to President Donald Trump because of comments he made after her daughter's death.

    The mother of a woman who was killed while protesting a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, says she won't talk to President Donald Trump because of comments he made after her daughter's death.

Powered by Frankly