Two students in WKU’s principal certification program have recently been recognized as recipients of a scholarship and assistantship, respectively.
Bryan Downing, assistant principal at South Warren Middle School and an Option 6 principal candidate, won the 2018 Kentucky Association of School Administrators Aspiring Administrator Scholarship. This competitive scholarship provides tuition for one summer class to an education administration student from each participating university. Students must be a member of KASA and demonstrate outstanding potential as a future school leader.
WKU principal candidate Melanie Weaver, teacher at Doss High School in the Jefferson County Public Schools, was awarded the 2018 Tate C. Page Educational Leader Assistantship. This competitive program was named after and founded by the late WKU Dean of the College of Education and Behavioral Sciences, Dr. Tate C. Page, to support aspiring school leaders at WKU who demonstrate excellence in academic achievement, character, and potential as they pursue their graduate education. Melanie will complete various leadership tasks for the Department of Educational Administration, Leadership, and Research in exchange for tuition support provided by the assistantship.
Congratulations to both Bryan and Melanie.