Scudder Primary AP named Top-20 best in state

Scudder Primary School Assistant Principal

SueAnna Thomas, Assistant Principal at Scudder Primary School in the Wimberley Independent School District, is among 20 administrators named Region Assistant Principals of the Year by the Texas Elementary Principals and Supervisors Association (TEPSA).

The peer-based award recognizes principals for their commitment to student learning as evidenced by exceptional school leadership.

“SueAnna has a gift of developing positive relationships with all stakeholders. She wears many hats with a positive attitude. She is hard working, dependable, trustworthy, and I am truly blessed to serve with her.
She is a tremendous asset to our campus,” said Dara Richardson, Scudder Primary School Principal.

Thomas has been the assistant principal at Scudder for four years. She and the other assistant principals will be recognized June 13 at the Austin Renaissance Hotel.

“I am honored to be recognized by TEPSA and my peers as Assistant Principal of the Year for Region 13. As Assistant Principal of Scudder Primary, I have the privilege of learning something new every day, being surrounded by excellence, and having opportunity to build relationships with the students, teachers, and families,” said Thomas.

One of the region’s principals will be selected as the 2018 National Assistant Principal of the Year for Texas.

The national award spotlights leaders committed to excellence through programs that meet the academic and social needs of all students; have firmly established community ties with parents and local businesses; show strong educational leadership by setting high expectations for school staff and students; and exhibit exceptional leadership in a particular school program.

“We’re so excited that SueAnna is being recognized for the excellence she brings to our Wimberley ISD students and teachers. Her leadership and commitment to innovative programs is elevating the learning opportunities for our primary students. Congratulations to her and all of these exceptional Texas administrators,” said Dee Howard, Wimberley ISD Assistant Superintendent.

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