The Ohio Association of Elementary School Administrators (OAESA) recently announced that the Avon Early Learning Center (AELC) in the Avon Local School District has been selected as a 2020 OAESA Hall of Fame School.
The AELC houses the district’s kindergartners and Avon Soaring Little Eagles Preschool program through the Educational Service Center of Lorain County.
The Hall of Fame School Award recognizes schools that engage faculty, students and the community to provide a quality school experience. The school staff submitted an extensive application documenting the effectiveness of their educational program in several areas. Hall of Fame Schools were selected by committees of OAESA members.
Exemplary educational programs that go above and beyond meeting the needs of students in elementary and middle level schools across the state are recognized annually through the OAESA Hall of Fame School Recognition Program. This award has been distributed since 1984.
OAESA will recognize winners of the Hall of Fame Award during the OAESA Professional Conference to be held June 16-18, 2021. AELC Principal Colleen Mudore will be presented with the award, including $1,000, to be used at the principal’s discretion.
“I am beyond privileged to work with such a dedicated group of educators that invest their all every day to make sure our littlest eagles SOAR,” said Mudore. “We not only have an amazing team, but we are a family and each and every person that walks into our door is an important part of that family. The staff, students and Avon families make our building an amazing place to be and I am grateful that others recognize what a great learning environment we have at the AELC.”
ABOUT OAESA: Located in Columbus, the Ohio Association of Elementary School Administrators serves Ohio’s pre-K, elementary, middle level, and central office administrators by providing professional development, legal consultation, professional publications and networking opportunities. www.oaesa.org.