Asheboro City Schools Superintendent Dr. Aaron Woody was among 45 superintendents from across the state to graduate from the North Carolina Superintendents’ Association (NCSSA) Next Generation Superintendent Development Program. “The program is designed to support the growth, expansion and enhancement of superintendents using the North Carolina Superintendent Standards,” said Jack Hoke, Executive Director of the NC School Superintendents' Association.
year-long program was comprised of six face-to-face sessions that guided
superintendents as they reflected on and improved their effectiveness as
district leaders. The program focused on their personal leadership goals and
linked personal goals with district and state goals. Finally, the program
provided guidance and facilitated professional development for superintendents geared
toward advancing their levels of executive leadership as defined by the North
Carolina Standards for Superintendents.
said of Dr. Woody, "In addition to participating in high-quality
professional development, Dr. Woody developed a strong network of
superintendents to consult with and he contributed to the discussion on
emerging issues and innovative practices occurring in Asheboro City Schools."
NCSSA Next Generation Superintendent Development Program gave me an opportunity
to network with other superintendents from across the state and discuss
trending issues and innovative practices in education. The program is designed
to assist superintendents in the complex work of leading and guiding a school
district. I appreciate the NC School Superintendents' Association for
organizing and delivering the program and for bringing all the superintendents
together for the great professional development and growth opportunity,"
said Dr. Woody.
About Asheboro City Schools
Asheboro City Schools is a medium-sized school district in North Carolina, serving approximately 4,500 students at eight schools and one five-star Early Childhood Development Center. The district’s mission is to graduate responsible citizens who are prepared to succeed in higher education or the career of their choice. For more information, visit the district’s website at http://www.asheboro.k12.nc.us/.