North Junior High Principal Julius Eromosele was named the Middle School Principal of the Year in the Hennepin County Division by the Minnesota Association of Secondary Principals.
“I was humbled by the honor,” Eromosele said. “Understanding that many principals are working hard daily to serve their communities, I was definitely humbled.”
Eromosele strives to serve families and staff to the best of his ability. One of his favorite parts of being school principal is meeting the scholars and working with staff to achieve meaningful goals in service to the kids.
Eromosele’s colleagues say he has exemplary leadership skills and his dedication to the academic success of the scholars makes him very deserving of the award. He prioritizes building strong relationships with both students and families and understands the importance of open communication.
“By creating a welcoming and supportive environment, Julius has helped to establish a strong sense of belonging within the school community,” said James Ware, associate principal at North Junior High. “Julius has also fostered a supportive and collaborative atmosphere among staff members, encouraging professional development and teamwork.”
Principal Eromosele will formally accept the award for Middle School Principal of the Year in the Hennepin County Division at the MASSP summer conference on June 14. MASSP is a professional educational association of middle level and high school administrators. The organization provides support, advocacy, and professional development to members.