Osceola Middle School principal wins leadership award
Feb. 7, 2019
Dr. Solomon Lowery, the principal at Osceola Middle School, was awarded the Leonard Miller Principal Leadership Award. This award shines a spotlight on extraordinary principal leadership and its importance.
As a result of winning the award, Dr. Lowery was presented a $5,000 check at a celebratory banquet at Miami Dade College Conference Center in Miami.
The Council for Educational Change established the award to recognize that principal leadership is the key to achieving high-quality education and that principal leadership needs to be recognized, rewarded, celebrated and nurtured.
Leonard Miller was the chairman of the South Florida Annenberg Challenge from 1997 up until the time of his death in 2002. He was also the founder of the Challenge’s successor organization, the Council for Educational Change. Miller firmly believed that principal leadership was the catalyst to ignite school improvement. His leadership, vision and expertise inspired the Council’s principal leadership programs.
Mission: 100% Student Success
Vision: Educate and Prepare Each Student for College, Career and Life