Hopkins principal recognized for exceptional leadership

February 22, 2012
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The Minnesota Elementary School Principals' Association (MESPA) recognized Gail Lewis-Miller, principal of Tanglen Elementary School, with the 2012 MESPA Division Leadership Achievement Award.


The award honors principals whose exemplary leadership and sustained efforts have made noteworthy contributions to the operation of effective school learning programs -- improving education, their communities, and their profession.

"Gail is a caring administrator who values relationships with her students, parents and teachers," said Hopkins Superintendent John Schultz. "She exemplifies the commitment, talent and vision of the many leaders who work to educate all the children in our schools.

The MESPA Achievement Award is an annual recognition through which principals honor their peers. Principals are responsible for a school's instructional, school culture, and resource leadership.

Learn more about the MESPA Achievement award at this link.

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