Association of California School Administrators honors three educational leaders from OC

Three Orange County educators have been tapped for state honors by the Association of California School Administrators through its annual Administrator of the Year awards program.

Manuel Colón, chief academic officer of educational services for the Anaheim Union High School, won the Valuing Diversity Award, one of five special awards presented by ACSA, which supports school leaders throughout the state.

Manuel Colón

Manuel Colón, chief academic officer of educational services for the Anaheim Union High School, was awarded the Valuing Diversity Award by the Association of California School Administrators.

In addition, Jennifer Williams, executive director of administrative services for the Fullerton Joint Union High School District, was named Central Office Administrator of the Year, and Cynthia Guerrero, director of child, welfare and attendance for the Huntington Beach City School District, was named Student Services Administrator of the Year.

Each year, ACSA’s Awards Committee reviews scores of nominations on behalf of students, administrators and community organizations for their achievements and their dedication to public education. This year’s five special award winners and winners from 21 job-alike categories were announced on March 26 and will be formally recognized at the association’s 2018 Leadership Summit Nov. 8-10 in San Diego.

For more information about the ACSA Awards program, visit www.acsa.org/awards.