MetroED is pleased to announce Alecia Myers-Kelley, Director of Program & Student Support Services has been selected as CTE Administrator of the Year by Region 8 Association of California School Administrators (ACSA). Congratulations Alecia and thank you for your hard work!
One of ACSA's priorities is to ensure that school leaders are recognized for their excellence. Through their annual awards program, they honor students, administrators and community organizations for their achievements and their dedication to public education at both the regional and state levels. Alecia Myers-Kelley is an outstanding example of why this awards program exists.
Her nominator shared "It is a fact that school administrators work beyond 40 and 50 hours a week. Alecia is no stranger to working 60 hours. Her personal code of ethics is that she will do whatever it takes to get the job done. She enrolls in as much professional development as possible. When Alecia was promoted to serve as the director of SVCTE and SVAE, she enrolled in the CTE Leadership Development program and the Superintendent’s Academy at the same time. Moreover, she completed both programs during the early months of COVID-19. When COVID-19 hit, all administrators were ambushed by hundreds of documents to help the district switch immediately to “distance learning.” Alecia read every document and completed two Distance Learning plans. In December, administrators at MetroED created a 2nd Reopening plan, once again, Alecia surveyed parents and students, before creating a new hybrid learning plan to reopen in early 2021."
MetroED is honored to recognize an exceptional school leader.
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