Cedar Ridge Elementary Principal Amy Ivie a finalist for the UAESP Principal of the Year award
Congratulations to Cedar Ridge Elementary Principal Amy Ivie on being chosen to be a Utah Principal of the Year finalist by the Utah Association of Elementary School Principals (UAESP). Ivie was recognized for this honor during the UAESP Mini Mid-Winter Conference in Ogden on February 25th.
Principal Ivie has served in many capacities in the Cache County School District--as an amazing classroom teacher, CEA President, literacy facilitator, and principal. Ivie’s colleague, Leslie Burt, believes that this recognition is well-deserved. “She cares about the well-being of both students and teachers,” Burt said. “I love working with Amy as a fellow educator and administrator. She is so willing to share ideas and support your efforts. She is such a great asset to her school and our district.”
UAESP recognizes outstanding principals who have demonstrated excellence in leadership and have made exceptional contributions. Each year, UAESP recognizes principals with the following awards: Rookie of the Year, Innovator of the Year, Instructional Leader of the Year, Student Advocate of the Year, Community Leader of the Year, and Principal Mentor of the Year. Amy Ivie was chosen to be one of twelve Principal of the Year finalists. The winner of the Principal of the Year award will be announced in May.