By Reann Huber
Morgan County Elementary Principal Ty Snyder recently received the honor of being recognized as this year’s Georgia Distinguished Principal by his own Georgia Association of Elementary School Principals (GAESP) District.
Snyder was chosen by those within his district and his peers as he demonstrates what it means to have educational leadership and truly cares about the educational growth of the community.
“In your work, you have demonstrated a concern for educational excellence, which has instilled a love of learning in your community’s young people, setting the character and quality of education during the early school years,” said Hal Beaver, GAESP Executive Director, in a letter directed to Snyder.
Snyder has shown that he puts all of his students’ education at the top of school planning and operations, and ensures that they can all succeed.
“I am very honored and privileged to be recognized as the regional Georgia Distinguished Principal,” said Snyder. “I think it’s a great reflection of the hard work of the teachers and workers here in Morgan County.”
Snyder will be officially recognized as the 2016 Georgia Distinguished Principal at the Summer Georgia Association of Education Leadership (GAEL) conference, as well as being honored with an award and $1,000 at the Fall GAEL Conference in November.