MEMPHIS, Tenn. (localmemphs.com) – Shelby County Schools’ top educators were honored Wednesday night when the district named its principal of the year.
30 school leaders competed for the top honor. The district selected three finalists, including Pete Johnson of Grahamwood Elementary, Monica Bates of Highland Oaks Middle, and Greg Mccullogh of Central High School.
The award went to Grahamwood’s Pete Johnson. He will now compete for the Tennessee state principal of the year title.
Congrats to our 3 Finalists and Principal of the Year, Pete Johnson of @GrahamwoodES, who will be eligible for @TNedu Principal of the Year! We are honored to have him and all our principals serving SCS. #SCSis901
Learn more about tour school leaders: https://t.co/QvRNOr55pB pic.twitter.com/1DTTR3NEwM — Shelby Co. Schools (@SCSK12Unified) June 5, 2019
We are proud to present our 2018-19 Principal of the Year Nominees! This dedicated group has shown extraordinary leadership, inspiring colleagues and students alike. Stay tuned this evening for the announcement of our 3 winners! #SCSis901 🌟 pic.twitter.com/ZAkXorIP72 — Shelby Co. Schools (@SCSK12Unified) June 5, 2019