The Council of Administrators and Supervisors honored several members with the 2015 CAS Outstanding Administrator of the Year Award at their annual winter Delegate Assembly on Tuesday, February 10th at the Holiday Inn in Plainview.  Each administrator was nominated by a peer and selected by the award committee for exemplifying the highest qualities of school administrative leadership including achievement, vision, innovation, and collaboration with parents, students, staff and administrators. Congratulations to: Dr. Dennis O’Hara, High School Principal of the Year, Oyster Bay; Mrs. Susan Lee, Middle School Assistant Principal of the Year, Garden City; and Mrs. Sherrion Diane Elmore, CTE Chairperson, Smithtown CSD

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Pictured left to right: CAS President, Tony Laurino; Mr. Charles Rizzuto, Oyster Bay HS teacher; CAS High School Principal of the Year, Dr. Dennis O’Hara, Principal of Oyster Bay HS; and CAS Executive Vice President, Skip Voorneveld

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CAS High School Principal of the Year – Dr. Dennis O’Hara, Principal of Oyster Bay High School is pictured above with his family, friends, co-workers and CAS President, Tony Laurino

Susan Lee accepting award

Pictured left to right: CAS President, Tony Laurino; CAS Middle School Assistant Principal of the Year, Mrs. Susan Lee, Assistant Principal of the Garden City Middle School; Dr. Peter Osroff, Principal of the Garden City Middle School and CAS Executive Vice President, Skip Voorneveld

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CAS Middle School Assistant Principal of the Year – Mrs. Susan Lee, Assistant Principal of the Garden City Middle School is pictured above with her friends and co-workers.

Diane accepting award

Pictured left to right: CAS President, Tony Laurino; CAS Chairperson of the Year, Mrs. Sherrion Diane Elmore, CTE Chairperson for the Smithtown Schools; Mrs. Ireen Westrack, President of the Smithtown Administrators Association; and CAS Executive Vice President, Skip Voorneveld

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CAS Chairperson of the Year, Mrs. Sherrion Diane Elmore, CTE Chairperson for the Smithtown Schools is pictured above with her friends and co-workers.