Wednesday, June 29, 2016
|Supt. Rebecca Miner at the 2014 Rotary Cup Game.|
Her scarf has school colors for both high schools
The Washington Association of School Administrators (WASA) recently honored Shoreline Public Schools Superintendent Rebecca Miner with the 2016 Dr. Doyle E. Winter Scholarship for Administrative Leadership in Education at their awards banquet in Spokane on June 27, 2016.
WASA noted Miner was selected for her vision for K-12 public education over the next 10 years that provides opportunity; promotes civic involvement; and educates all students by closing opportunity gaps, promoting equity, providing enrichment and intervention, and promoting achievements in public education.
“From the day Superintendent Miner arrived, she has pursued a vision of inclusiveness and excellence for all students and has demonstrated a strong commitment to the district's equity work,” said School Board President David Wilson.
School Board Vice President Debi Ehrlichman added,
“She is often seen at school events and out in the community, engaging all staff and families in the important work of educating the children and youth entrusted to us.”
The $1,000 scholarship, which is cosponsored by Piper Jaffray and Co., is presented by WASA to one school administrator a year to support their continued education and professional development. Miner is currently completing her doctorate in educational leadership from Washington State University.
“I am honored and grateful to receive this award to support my doctoral studies,” said Miner.