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BCPS Principal Named State's Middle School Principal of the Year

Thursday, May 01, 2014
Congratulations to Gulfstream Middle School Principal Brian Kingsley on being named Middle School Principal of the Year by the Florida Association of School Administrators (FASA) and the Florida Association of Secondary School Principals (FASSP).
This recognition honors secondary principals for their commitment to the state’s highest educational standards and for their outstanding leadership skills.  “At Gulfstream Middle School, Mr. Kingsley’s focus targets include STEM, Robotics, and preparing all students for high school success,” stated John Spolski, FASSP President.  “He has proven to be an extremely compassionate administrator who leads by example.”
“I congratulate Mr. Kingsley on being selected as the state’s Middle School Principal of the Year,” said Broward County Public Schools Superintendent Robert W. Runcie.  “He is a tremendous educator and school leader who is working hard every day to ensure students are college and career ready.” 
Kingsley, who is Broward’s 2013 Principal of the Year, will be recognized as the FASA/FASSP Middle School Principal of the Year during a ceremony in Tampa on June 18, 2014.
For earning this state honor, Kingsley will now represent Florida in the National Association of Secondary School Principals competition for Middle School Principal of the Year.

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