Awards included; Award for Excellence and Leadership in Tertiary Studies, Certificate of Excellence in Educational Leadership, Branch Fellowship (Honorary), Branch Fellowship, The Pre-Eminent Educational Leader Award.
ACEL WA President Keith Newton gave thanks and recognition for the outstanding leaders in our schools and highlighted the important work that they do which is what will continue to build the quality of teaching in WA schools.
We congratulate the following leaders on their outstanding achievement.
Award for Excellence and Leadership in Tertiary Studies
Kasthuri (Geetha) James (ECU) & Kristen Nairn (UWA)
Teacher Leader Award for Excellence
Sandra Dias (Greenwood & Allenswood Primary Schools) & Rachael Lehr (Science specialist at West Beechboro Primary School)
Certificate of Excellence in Educational Leadership was awarded to:
Jason Bartell – Principal of Swan Valley Anglican Community School
Doug Cook – Principal of Wembley Downs Primary School
Russell Hahn – Principal of Joondalup Primary School
Dr Lorraine Hammond – Senior Lecturer at Edith Cowan University
Trevor Lynch – Deputy Principal, Dean of College at Sacred Heart College
Edward Nastasi – Principal of Caladenia Primary School
Everal Pearse – Principal Southern River College
Damian Shuttleworth – Principal of Carine Senior High School
Cheryl Townsend – Principal Ballajura Community College
Grant Wheatley – Principal Special Education Needs:Medical and Mental Health
Branch Fellowship (Honorary) was awarded to:
Alan Genoni – Principal Canning College
Tony Watson – Principal Ashdale Primary School
Branch Fellowship of WA was awarded to:
Dr Shane Glasson – Catholic Education Office of WA
David Lee – Principal Atwell Primary School
Frank Pansini – Principal Aubin Grove Primary School
The Pre-Eminent Educational Leader Award was presented to:
Lee Musumeci – Principal of Challis Community Primary School
This award is presented to Lee as an influential and inspiring leader who has a record of exceptional achievement in educational leadership, which is recognised throughout the education and wider community.
Lee’s advocacy of Early Childhood, outstanding educational leadership and community involvement makes her a truly worthy recipient of the ACEL WA Pre-eminent Educator award.