HALL CO. SCHOOL DISTRICT NEWS RELEASE
“The Hall County School District is proud to announce that Lyman Hall Elementary School Principal, Angel Rodriguez, has been honored with the prestigious Principal of the Year award by the Association of Latino Administrators and Superintendents (ALAS). This remarkable achievement recognizes Principal Rodriguez’s outstanding leadership, dedication, and commitment to educational excellence.
The Association of Latino Administrators and Superintendents, a national organization committed to promoting the continued development and success of Latino administrators in education, has selected Rodriguez for this distinguished award after a rigorous evaluation process. Rodriguez’s visionary leadership, unwavering advocacy for students, and exceptional contributions to the educational community set him apart as a leader of excellence.
Under Rodriguez’s guidance, Lyman Hall Elementary School has achieved remarkable academic growth and fostered an inclusive and nurturing learning environment for students, staff, and families. Most recently, the school has made incredible gains in identifying Gifted English Language Learners. Rodriguez’s innovative approach to education, coupled with his deep commitment to diversity and inclusion, has enriched the lives of countless students and has had a lasting impact on the school community.
“We are incredibly proud of Angel Rodriguez for receiving this well-deserved recognition,” said Superintendent Will Schofield. “Without question, he leads from the heart, making connections with students and families–and he has a real gift for connecting people with others. Angel’s leadership and dedication to our students have been truly exceptional. He embodies compassion and the spirit of excellence that we aspire to achieve in the Hall County School District.”
Rodriguez has dedicated over 27 years to the field of education, serving as a role model and mentor to his colleagues and students alike. His passion for fostering a positive and inclusive educational experience has left an indelible mark on Lyman Hall Elementary School.”