Dr. Sork’s recognition highlights her contributions to education
CAMAS – The Camas School District announced that Dr. Cathy Sork, principal of Dorothy Fox Elementary, has been honored as the 2024 Washington State Elementary Principal of the Year by the Association of Washington School Principals (AWSP).
Each year, the AWSP honors two outstanding principals in Washington — one for elementary and another for secondary schools. Dr. Sork’s recognition highlights her exceptional contributions to education, her unwavering devotion to student success, and her leadership excellence at the elementary level.
“Dorothy Fox Elementary and the entire Camas School District have long benefitted from Dr. Sork’s innovative leadership and dedication to her students,” remarked Superintendent Dr. John Anzalone. “She leads with her heart every day. This recognition by the AWSP is well-deserved and speaks to her positive impact on our community.”
Elementary Education Director Doug Hood expressed his elation at this achievement. “Dr. Sork’s commitment to educational excellence has always been evident in her approach at Dorothy Fox Elementary. This accolade reflects her visionary leadership and a genuine passion for kids, and we couldn’t be more proud,” stated Hood.
Colleagues, parents, and students frequently speak of Dr. Sork’s ability to foster a nurturing and inclusive environment and her knack for building lasting relationships within the community.
As the elementary awardee, Dr. Sork will also represent Washington State nationally as the National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP) National Distinguished Principal award winner.
Camas School District invites the community to join in celebrating Dr. Cathy Sork’s recognition and to extend their congratulations for her continual dedication to fostering a nurturing and innovative educational environment for all students at Dorothy Fox Elementary.
Information provided by Camas School District.
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