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Rogers’ Wyborney selected as state Principal of the Year

Name recognition: Rogers High School Principal Lori Wyborney, center, hears her name called as the Washington Secondary School Principal of the Year during a gathering of the school’s staff Thursday in Spokane. She is one of 50 principals nationwide to be selected for the honor. She will gather with the other finalists in Washington, D.C., and meet with President Barack Obama. The Association of Washington School Principals recognizes three principals with Principal of the Year awards, one each at the elementary, middle and high school level. Wyborney was recognized for her work in improving Rogers’ graduation rate from 60 percent to 81 percent, increasing the number of graduates prepared for college and improving literacy among all students. Bev Lund, former Whitman Elementary School principal, won the state award in 2012. (Dan Pelle)
Name recognition: Rogers High School Principal Lori Wyborney, center, hears her name called as the Washington Secondary School Principal of the Year during a gathering of the school’s staff Thursday in Spokane. She is one of 50 principals nationwide to be selected for the honor. She will gather with the other finalists in Washington, D.C., and meet with President Barack Obama. The Association of Washington School Principals recognizes three principals with Principal of the Year awards, one each at the elementary, middle and high school level. Wyborney was recognized for her work in improving Rogers’ graduation rate from 60 percent to 81 percent, increasing the number of graduates prepared for college and improving literacy among all students. Bev Lund, former Whitman Elementary School principal, won the state award in 2012. (Dan Pelle)
Name recognition: Rogers High School Principal Lori Wyborney, center, hears her name called as the Washington Secondary School Principal of the Year during a gathering of the school’s staff Thursday in Spokane. She is one of 50 principals nationwide to be selected for the honor. She will gather with the other finalists in Washington, D.C., and meet with President Barack Obama. The Association of Washington School Principals recognizes three principals with Principal of the Year awards, one each at the elementary, middle and high school level. Wyborney was recognized for her work in improving Rogers’ graduation rate from 60 percent to 81 percent, increasing the number of graduates prepared for college and improving literacy among all students. Bev Lund, former Whitman Elementary School principal, won the state award in 2012.
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