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DR. LISA MULLER OF JENKS PUBLIC SCHOOLS SELECTED AS 2021 STATE ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT/ CENTRAL OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR OF THE YEAR

DR. LISA MULLER OF JENKS PUBLIC SCHOOLS SELECTED AS 2021 STATE ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT/ CENTRAL OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR OF THE YEAR

DR. LISA MULLER OF JENKS PUBLIC SCHOOLS SELECTED AS 2021 STATE ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT/ CENTRAL OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR OF THE YEAR

JENKS, OKLA. (June 9, 2021) – The Oklahoma Association of School Administrators (OASA) is pleased to announce Dr. Lisa Muller of Jenks Public Schools as the 2021 OASA State Assistant Superintendent of the Year. Dr. Muller was also named OASA District 5 Assistant Superintendent of the Year in 2021.

The recipient of this award is selected by a committee of leading school administrators. In order to be selected as the OASA State Assistant Superintendent of the Year, the following criteria must be met:

  • must be a member in good standing of OASA and AASA
  • should have a recent successful experience in top level educational administration in such positions as superintendent, assistant superintendent, administrative assistant, or director
  • must have a sound, dynamic and realistic philosophy of education
  • must be a person who can inspire and motivate people and give support and recognition for the contributions of others
  • must have a record which evidences continued professional and personal growth through appropriate training and experiences including skills in human relations and the stamina to cope with the pressures of the job
  • must have the ability to speak for education on all levels with special emphasis on the district level
  • must have made contributions to educational administration

 

“Dr. Muller is a leader who believes that all students must have an opportunity to learn from an effective teacher in order to succeed.  From her sound philosophy of education that is reflected in her work as an educator, Lisa is very deserving of this recognition,” said Dr. Pam Deering, CCOSA/OASA Executive Director. “She is a team member who recognizes the contributions of others in the central office and across the district who work to make a difference in the lives of students.”

 

After beginning her career in 1991 as an English and social studies teacher in Texas, Dr. Muller was hired as a U.S. History teacher at Jenks Public Schools in 1997. Over the next decade, she served as a department resource teacher, district peer mentor/instructional coach, and Jenks

 

High School academic principal. Dr. Muller became an assistant superintendent in 2007 and currently holds the title of Associate Superintendent for Educational Services. In addition to her role at JPS, Dr. Muller has served as a member of the Baldridge Award Recipient Consortium Leadership Team, the Jenks Public Schools Foundation, as well as in other professional and community leadership activities.

 

“I am humbled and honored to receive this recognition,” Dr. Muller stated. “There are so many deserving administrators around our state who work tirelessly to improve our schools and set our students up for success. I am so grateful to the principals, teachers, and our entire team at Jenks Public Schools for their commitment to maintaining an exceptional learning environment for our students. I have so much respect for our educators, and it is incredibly rewarding to collaborate with them every day as we create opportunities for all learners.”

 

For more information about OASA and CCOSA, please visit www.ccosa.org.

 

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ABOUT OASA

OASA supports adequate funding for Oklahoma public schools, supports accountability measures, rigorous and relevant academics, fair treatment of education employees, and seeks to reduce state intrusion in local board of education matters.

 

ABOUT CCOSA

The Cooperative Council for Oklahoma School Administration is an incorporated, not for profit organization which establishes close and continuous communication and cooperation between educators, taxpayers and legislators to improve the effectiveness of professional school administrators and to communicate the needs of the schools. The Council is the umbrella organization for the following professional associations: the Oklahoma Association of School Administrators (OASA), the Oklahoma Association of Secondary School Principals (OASSP), the Oklahoma Association of Elementary School Principals (OAESP), the Oklahoma Middle Level Education Association (OMLEA), and the Oklahoma Directors of Special Services (ODSS).

 

 

 

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  • award
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