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School administrators honored

School administrators and leaders of Nevada County were publicly recognized at an annual recognition meeting of the Nevada County Charter of the Association of California School Administrators. The event was held Thursday at Miner’s Foundry.

Nevada County Administrator of the Year for 2005-06: Linda Brown, assistant superintendent, Grass Valley school district.

Superintendent: Rod Fivelstad, superintendent at the Union Hill school district.



Elementary principal: Pat Rath, principal of Alta Sierra Elementary School, Pleasant Ridge Union school district.

Middle school principal: Joe Limov, principal of Seven Hill Middle School, Nevada City school district.




Co-administrator: Eileen Barker, assistant principal of Union Hill School, Union Hill school district.

Personnel services: Renee McGrath, assistant to the superintendent, personnel, Nevada County Superintendent of Schools.

Classified manager: Mary Eve Peek, SELPA General Accounting, Nevada County Superintendent of Schools.

Central office administrator: Carrie Roemer, director of accountability, Twin Ridge Elementary school district.

Special recognition retirees: Judy Jones, fiscal services coordinator, Nevada County Superintendent of Schools; Jean Beard, business manager, Nevada County school district.

Who’s Who Award: Judy Nielsen, assistant to the Superintendent Imaginarium and Board, Nevada County Superintendent of Schools; Amanda Wilcox, president, Nevada County School Boards Association.


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