CCCTC principal earns state award for outstanding leadership skills

Jeremy Corbisello, CCCTC director and assistant superintendent, right, presents CCCTC Principal Jordan Williams with the 5 Year award from High Schools That Work. (Submitted photo)

High Schools That Work (HSTW) NE Ohio Region and HSTW Ohio Network recognized outstanding school leadership during the HSTW/MMGW Spring Reconnect and Best Practice Showcase held at The New Center in Rootstown March 9.

Columbiana County Career Technical Center’s principal, Jordan Williams, was recognized as CCCTC’s HSTW Site Coordinator for five years of service.

As an HSTW Site Coordinator, Williams is responsible for implementing the HSTW school improvement framework for career technical centers. This framework of 10 Key Practices helps leaders and teachers adopt continuous improvement systems that foster motivating students through engaging instruction, aligning curricula with state readiness standards, ensuring that students can explore careers and complete career pathways that align with their interests and aptitudes, providing student supports that promote readiness, and creating and supporting cultures of continuous improvement.

Amanda Kortright, executive director of HSTW Ohio Network, stated, “This year’s award winners exemplify the work districts and schools achieve by building local leaders who take on challenges, partner and collaborate with all stakeholders, and recognize and celebrate with everyone responsible for achieving the results.”


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