San Francisco woman nominated for Principal of the Year

A San Francisco principal was nominated for Principal of the Year for Region 5 of the Association of California School Administrators.

Maria Luz Agudelo, principal of New Traditions Creative Arts Elementary School located in the NoPa neighborhood, was nominated. New Traditions is an alternative elementary school with 165 students enrolled.

Region 5 of the administrators association serves San Francisco and San Mateo counties with more than 25 districts, 300 schools and 158,000 students.

The association honors administrators in 19 categories, including Elementary Principal of the Year and Elementary Co-Administrator of the Year.

Agudelo and others nominated for the award will be notified if they are chosen on March 21 at the association’s annual leadership conference.

akoskey@sfexaminer.com

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