#EOTY45: Meet Week 6 Nominees For School Administrator of The Year!

#EOTY45: Meet Week 6 Nominees For School Administrator of The Year!

We are officially ONE WEEK OUT from the Kane County Regional Office of Education’s   45th Annual Educator of the Year ceremony. Leading up to the event, all the nominees have been highlighted on Kane County Connects to show appreciation for the hardworking educators in Kane County.

Each year, Educator of the Year nominations are submitted by staff, friends, and family to recognize exceptional educators. Winners in each category are announced, along with the overall Educator of the Year winner. This year, the event will be live-streamed through YouTube and Facebook to ensure safe viewing options are provided.

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Today, School Administrator of the Year nominees are highlighted. Take a look at some of the best in Kane County below!

Michelle Jones

District Level

  • Nominated for Administrator of the Year
  • 20 Years in Education
  • Assistant Director of Instructional Technology
  • West Aurora 129

Jill Maras

Kaneland High School

  • Nominated for Administrator of the Year
  • 26 Years in Education
  • School Principal
  • Kaneland 302

Shelley Nacke

District Level

  • Nominated for Administrator of the Year
  • 22 Years in Education
  • Assitant Superintendent of Education Services
  • District 300

Renee Reynolds

St. Charles North High School

  • Nominated for Administrator of the Year
  • 32 Years in Education
  • Assistant Principal for Instructional Programs
  • St. Charles 303

Armando Rodriguez

Bardwell Elementary

  • Nominated for Administrator of the Year
  • 31 Years in Education
  • School Principal
  • East Aurora 131

Trisha Shrode

District Level

  • Nominated for Administrator of the Year
  • 18 Years in Education
  • Director of Curriculum and Instruction
  • School District U-46

About the Kane County Regional Office of Education

Led by Regional Superintendent of Schools Patricia Dal Santo, the Kane County ROE is located in Geneva and serves nine school districts. From teacher licensure assistance to professional development, the ROE’s mission is to advocate for education, provide leadership and perform regulatory functions. Learn more about the ROE’s offerings on Facebook, Twitter and by signing up for the semimonthly newsletter.