Lee High School Associate Principal Honored by Texas Association of Secondary School Principals (TASSP)
November 13, 2017 - Lee High School Associate Principal Judi Tarlton has been selected by the Texas Association of Secondary School Principals (TASSP) as Region 18's Assistant Principal of the Year. As a Region 18 winner, Tarlton is eligible to compete for the state title of Texas Assistant Principal of the Year.
TASSP recognizes outstanding principals and assistant principals from twenty regional Education Service Centers in the state. Nominations are based upon exemplary performance and outstanding leadership. School administrators are nominated and chosen by their peers.
"Judi is an exceptional leader and a tremendous asset to our administrative team," said Principal Stan VanHoozer. "She is most deserving of their recognition, and we are incredibly blessed to have her energy and enthusiasm on campus."
The Texas Association of Secondary School Principals in an association consisting of more than 5,600 campus level administration. Established in 1922, its purpose is to build on active network of educators that want to take responsibility for the quality of school leadership. TASSP focuses on the need for collaboration between all stakeholders in education while using as its foundation a very effective volunteer force that provides a statewide knowledge base and informed leadership.
"I am honored to be recognized by my Region 18 peers," said Judi Tarlton. "To be acknowledged among his group of vibrant, forward-thinking educators who are so committed to the success of our future leaders is truly humbling."
The mission of TASSP is to ensure that campus administrators serve as courageous transformative leaders and a unifying voice for all learners, through a dynamic network distinguished by sharp focus on professional development, proactive mindset of agility, innovation, and decisiveness, and unrelenting commitment to student success.