Five Charter Oak Unified School District administrators were recognized recently as administrators of the year.
Recognized by the Association of California School Administrators Region XV were Mike Hendricks – Superintendent of the Year, Maria Thompson – Middle Grades Principal of the Year, Marisa Block – Secondary Co-Administrator of the Year, Lisa Raigosa – Continuation/Educational Options of the Year and Ivan Ayro – Charter Leadership Award.
Charter Oak Unified’s administrators were honored at the ACSA Region XV awards banquet at the Castaway Restaurant in Burbank April 27.
“Charter Oak is fortunate to have such a talented and dedicated management team that works cohesively in providing outstanding services to the students of our district,” said Superintendent Mike Hendricks in a written statement.
The Association of California School Administrators bills itself as the largest umbrella organization for school leaders in the nation and serves more than 17,000 California educators.
The ASCA’s top priority is advocating at the state and federal level to improve school leadership and educational policy for public school students from kindergarten through grade 12 and adult learners.
The Charter Oak Unified School District’s mission is to, in collaboration with families and the community, provide a balanced, quality educational experience that meets the physical, intellectual and emotional needs of its students.
Charter Oak Unified is home to five elementary schools, one middle school, one high school and an alternative schools campus, which is home to a variety of programs.
ASCA Region XV is led by Glendora Unified Assistant Superintendent of Personnel Dominic DiGrazia.