|Boring Mid School administrator named Oregon Principal of the Year|
Scott Maltman, principal of Boring Middle School in Oregon Trail School District, has been selected as Oregon Middle School Principal of the Year. Maltman was chosen for the honor by the Oregon Association of Secondary School Administrators. The award is sponsored by the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) and MetLife.
Maltman has been principal of the 390-student school since 2002. He previously served as assistant principal at Sandy High School.
Scott has a “collaborative and stakeholder-driven leadership style … that ensures integrity and cohesiveness,” Oregon Trail Superintendent Clementina Salinas wrote in her nominating letter. “He encourages teachers to work in a collaborative learning environment that is conducive to building a strong team of teacher leaders.”
Maltman will be honored at the MetLife/NASSP Principal’s Institute and Awards Banquet held each year in Washington DC. The Institute not only salutes the principalship but provides a forum to share best practices and expertise among the states.
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