Middleburg Elementary’s Amanda Strickland wins Assistant Principal of the Year

For Clay Today
Posted 11/2/22

MIDDLEBURG – Clay County District Schools selected Amanda Strickland from Middleburg Elementary as the 2022- 2023 Assistant Principal of the Year. Strickland was nominated by other administrators …

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Middleburg Elementary’s Amanda Strickland wins Assistant Principal of the Year

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MIDDLEBURG – Clay County District Schools selected Amanda Strickland from Middleburg Elementary as the 2022- 2023 Assistant Principal of the Year. Strickland was nominated by other administrators in Clay County and Superintendent Broskie presented the honor by surprising Assistant Principal Strickland on campus on Oct. 27.

Strickland has worked in public education for 12 years and has been an administrator for the past three years at Middleburg Elementary. Her colleagues describe her as passionate, data-driven, and caring.

“Making MBE the place to be for all students is my favorite part of my role as an assistant principal. I greet over 300 students each morning as they leave breakfast in our cafeteria and tell them “See you tomorrow” as several hundred boards their buses in the afternoon,” Strickland said.

“Amanda Strickland is an amazing assistant principal who has a bright future in leadership within Clay County District Schools. She actively participates in mentoring others, provides professional development to both leaders and teachers, and truly cares that every student on her campus has the resources needed to ensure success,” said Superintendent David Broskie.

As the award recipient, Strickland will represent Clay County District Schools in the state competition. In November, Strickland will be formally recognized at the monthly school board meeting on Nov. 3 at 6 p.m. at the Teacher Training Center at Fleming Island High.

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