NELSONVILLE – John Toeller from Crooksville Exempted Village School District’s K-8 Elementary School and K-8 Middle School has been recognized as the Outstanding Administrator in the Ohio School Board’s Southeast Region, according to a news release from OSBA.

Recognition took place at Nelsonville-York Elementary School in Nelsonville during the Southeast Region’s fall conference on Sept. 30.

Presented annually, the award recognizes the top administrator from nominations received throughout the region’s 18 counties, representing 84 school districts.

The Region Recognition Program was established in 1993 as a way to help local school districts showcase outstanding achievement and educational excellence. Nominations are received in 10 “outstanding” categories: student program, male student, female student, faculty member, volunteer, administrator, treasurer, classified staff member, new program or innovation, and community business leader.

Founded in 1955 and now in its 66th year, the OSBA serves Ohio’s public school board members and the districts they represent.

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