Thursday, November 18, 2010

Joyce Teshima recognized as regional distinguished principal

Redmond Elementary is a proud recipient of the Washington Achievement Award as a top performing school in the category of Overall Excellence. This spring, four teacher representatives and I attended the Washington Achievement Awards Ceremony to be honored by the state. Superintendent Dr. Kimball proudly joined the schools in LWSD that received the award on the stage. It was a very memorable moment for us all!  - Joyce Teshima, Prinipal

Joyce Teshima recognized as regional distinguished principal

Joyce Teshima, the principal at Redmond Elementary, was honored by the Elementary School Principals’ Association of Washington with a regional Distinguished Principal award. This award is presented to principals as a tribute to their deep and professional commitment to the children of their school. Additionally, it represents the pride and admiration of their colleagues for efforts in promoting positive school-community relations, for implementing instructional programs leading to academic excellence, and for active participation in strengthening local, state and national professional principals’ associations. Joyce was one of 18 principals selected for regional awards around the state. She represents the East King region. Joyce will now be considered as a candidate for the statewide award. Joyce received the award at her school on November 10.

LWSD Press Release
Redmond El website

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