Look no farther than Cincinnati to find the best in the state.
The Ohio Alliance for Black School Educators (OABSE) recognized Dr. Jonathan Brown as Administrator of the Year. Dr. Brown accepted the award during OABSE’s Sixth Annual Administrator Appreciation & Student Recognition Banquet held in downtown Columbus.
“I am honored to receive this award and accept it on behalf of the hard work of my staff and students,” Dr. Brown said. “It is because of their efforts that we have received an A for Closing the Achievement Gap and an A for K-3 At-Risk Readers. I accept this award in recognition of their collaborative team efforts that have increased student performance significantly.”
A graduate of Woodward High School, Dr. Brown is proud of his roots with Cincinnati Public Schools. He has served as principal at William H. Taft Elementary School for five years.
“My favorite part about my role with the school is having the opportunity to watch students and staff grow both academically and professionally.”
Keep up with the great things happening at Taft Elementary at taftelementary.cps-k12.org.