Barlett, Crystal Lake Principals among Leadership Award Finalists

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Barlett, Crystal Lake Principals among Leadership Award Finalists


Byline: Madhu Krishnamurthy mkrishnamurthy@dailyherald.com

Principals from Bartlett and Crystal Lake are among 10 finalists for the Golden Apple Foundation's Stanley C. Golder Achievement Leadership Award.

Mike Demovsky, principal of Bartlett High School, and Jeffry D. Prickett, principal of Richard Bernotas Middle School in Crystal Lake, will be honored March 4 during the 2017 Golden Apple Celebration of Excellence in Teaching and Leadership event in Rosemont.

Demovsky, an Elgin Area School District U-46 educator for 18 years, leads 230 staff members and nearly 2,500 students. He began his career as a Spanish teacher, served as principal of Kenyon Woods Middle School in South Elgin for four years and assistant principal at Streamwood High School for two years, and then took the helm at Bartlett this school year.

"A principal can effect change with every student in the building and change the lives of teachers and the community," Demovsky said. "Being back at Bartlett means everything as I get to give back to the community that raised me as a teacher. It's an honor to be nominated for this award."

At Kenyon Woods, Demovsky oversaw implementation of the Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports program, for which the school was recognized nationally in 2014. He also has led multiple philanthropic campaigns, raising more than $100,000 for students and community members in need. To watch a tribute to Demovsky, visit the district's YouTube page. …

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