Hazen High School assistant principal Ed Crow honored

January 2, 2013

By Staff

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The Association of Washington School Principals has named Hazen High School Assistant Principal Ed Crow the Seamount League’s Distinguished Assistant Principal of the Year.

Crow was selected based on his strong educational leadership, commitment to the needs of his students and his strong community ties with parents and local businesses, according to a press release.

The recognition is also based on his ability to create a school climate where students thrive, cultivating a focused team of teachers, and building relationships with students, parents and staff.

The most rewarding part of his job, he said in a statement, is when he sees meaningful change being implemented.

He added that he is tremendously proud of the work teachers and staff members are doing at Hazen.

Crow grew up in Seattle and attended Franklin High School. He graduated from the University of Washington with a bachelor’s degree in communication and went on to earn a master’s degree in teaching from Seattle University.

Crow will accept his honor at an upcoming Association of Washington School Principals conference.

 

 

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