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Mueller named regional superintendent of the year


October 25, 2019

Craig Mueller

Press release

Havre Public Schools Assistant Superintendent Craig Mueller was one of the outstanding Montana school superintendents from each of the Montana Association of School Superintendents regions across the state honored as recipients of the MASS Regional Superintendents of the Year at the annual Montana Conference of Education Leadership held in Billings, Oct. 16-18, 2019.

The award recognizes outstanding leadership of superintendents who have succeeded in providing exceptional learning opportunities for students.

Mueller was honored as the superintendent of the year for the Hi-Line Region.

Other recipients from each of the nine MASS regions recognized were:

• Western Region - Tom Stack - Clinton

• North West Region - Matt Jensen - Bigfork

• North Central Region - Les Meyer - Fairfield

• North East Region - Tony Holecek - Westby

• 4 Rivers Region - Scott Chauvet - Manhattan

• South Central Region - Alvin Buerkle - Sweet Grass County High School

• South Central Region - Jeff Bermes - Columbus

• Central Region - Dr. Gregory Dern - Roy

• South East Region - Nate Olson - Jordan

Fairfield Public Schools Superintendent Les Meyer was honored as the Montana Superintendent of the Year. Meyer is now eligible for the National Superintendent of the Year Award and will be honored at the American Association of School Administrators National Conference on Education in San Diego in February 2020. Now in its 33rd year, the AASA National Superintendent of the Year Program pays tribute to the talent and vision of the men and women who lead our nation's public schools. This program is sponsored by First Student, VALIC and AASA.

Kirk Miller, Executive Director of School Administrators of Montana and former Havre High School teacher and Havre School District Superintendent, said, "This award program recognizes the outstanding leadership role that superintendents play not only in their school district, but also in the community they serve. Each region's selection of the superintendent of the year acknowledges the impact great district leaders have on the students served in their schools."


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