Bobby Tittle, principal of Ohatchee High has been named District 6 High School Principal of the Year.
Tittle has been in education for 19 years. He served 7 years as a band director, 3 years as assistant principal at Talladega High School, and 2 years as principal. He is starting his 7th year as principal at Ohatchee High School. Currently he serves as the AASSP District 6 President and AASSP Director on the Council for Leaders in Alabama Schools (CLAS) Board.
"It is an honor to be selected as District VI Principal of the Year. We have many great principals in our district that go above and beyond for students. My faculty and staff have made my job much easier. They all constantly strive to learn and grow in their profession. In addition, they all put student needs first" said Bobby Tittle.
“Mr. Bobby Tittle is a student-first school leader. He always makes his differentiated daily decisions based on student needs. He is a visionary that truly works hard to make sure that all of his students reach their highest potential and become productive citizens. I am not surprised that Bobby was nominated and voted in as our District 6 representative. He represents Calhoun County Schools with great honor and integrity, and I look forward to continued success from Mr. Tittle and his staff.” said Joe Dyar, Calhoun County Schools Superintendent.
Tittle will be interviewed by a selection committee at the 2018 AASSP/AAMSP Fall Conference in November and one overall winner will be chosen from the eight district winners and named Alabama Principal of the Year. The 2019 Principal of the Year will represent Alabama in the National Principal of the Year program sponsored by National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP).
The Alabama High School Principal of the Year Award is sponsored by the Alabama Association of Secondary School Principals and American Fidelity.
Thank you to American Fidelity for their continued support and recognition of outstanding Alabama public school administrators.
(For more information, please contact Susie Ellison, CLAS Communication Coordinator, at 334.265.3610 or at email@example.com)
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Photo: Bobby Tittle
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