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Bradley Supt. Johnny McDaniel wins state award

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GATLINBURG, TN (WRCB)-  Each year the Tennessee Organization of School Superintendents (TOSS) selects and honors a Tennessee Superintendent of the Year.   Bradley County Schools Director Johnny McDaniel has been selected to receive the honor for 2013.  McDaniel will represent Tennessee in the National Superintendent of the Year Award.  The American Association of Administrators (AASA) and Service Masters sponsor the National Superintendent of the Year Award that will be presented at the AASA National Conference on Education.

McDaniel is beginning his fifth year at the helm of Bradley County Schools.  He earned his Bachelors degree in Social Science at Lee University, and his Masters in Education and Counseling from Florida Atlantic University. He earned his Education specialist degree in school leadership from Florida Atlantic in 2005.  He was principal at Bradley Central High when he was selected to lead the school district in 2008.

Longtime Bradley County School Board member Troy Weathers said, "He has proven to be totally committed to children.  I am not surprised that his 135 peers across the state have named him the best there is in the state of Tennessee.  He is dedicated to children, and the results shine through every day.  We are so fortunate to have Johnny McDaniel."


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