Ridgeview’s High School’s Becky Murphy selected principal of the year

For Clay Today
Posted 11/2/22

ORANGE PARK – Clay County District Schools selected Ridgeview High’s Becky Murphy as the 2022- 2023 Principal of the Year. Murphy was nominated by other administrators in Clay County and …

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Ridgeview’s High School’s Becky Murphy selected principal of the year

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ORANGE PARK – Clay County District Schools selected Ridgeview High’s Becky Murphy as the 2022- 2023 Principal of the Year. Murphy was nominated by other administrators in Clay County and Superintendent David Broskie presented the honor by surprising Murphy at the school on Oct. 26.

Murphy has worked in public education for 23 years and has been an administrator for the past eight years. She has led both Ridgeview High and Lake Asbury Junior High as a principal and is known by her colleagues and staff as a passionate and driven leader that cares for all students.

“My favorite part about being a principal is seeing our students grow into amazing young men and women with bright futures ahead. Our most significant role as educators is to help our students reach their full potential socially, emotionally, and academically while supporting their endeavors,” Murphy said.

“Principal Murphy is a wonderful representation of Principal of the Year for Clay County District Schools. Ms. Murphy truly cares for all students and staff and has spent the last four years at Ridgeview High focused on building a great culture where students are not only involved in their school community on campus but involved with their surrounding community outside of schools,” Broskie said.

As the award recipient, Murphy will represent Clay County District Schools in the state competition. In November, Murphy will be formally recognized at the monthly school board meeting.

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