Burlington County Principals and Supervisors Visionary Leadership Award

At a recent Burlington County Principals and Supervisors dinner, Mrs. Elizabeth Scott was announced as the recipient of the 2013 Burlington County Principals and Supervisors Association Visionary Leadership Award.

The BCPSA honored her for her dedication and commitment as an exemplary professional leader. Mrs. Scott began her career with the Burlington Township Schools as a long-term substitute. Bitten by the “teaching bug,” she entered the New Jersey State Alternate Route program in 1992 and was hired by the Burlington Township School District as an elementary school teacher that year. She served in the classroom and as a guidance counselor. She became a district supervisor in 1998 and has served as such for 15 years. She currently supervises social studies, gifted and talented, and visual and performing arts. In addition to her curricular responsibilities, she has served as the district Public Relations Coordinator for the past 7 years.

- Advertisement -

Mrs. Scott works with community faith-based partners and colleagues to facilitate our Faith Based Roundtable meetings, bringing together faith-based community leaders, school-community members, and other community key communicators to build and strengthen partnerships to serve our students, families, and community.

Mrs. Scott serves as the Vice President of her local administrator association. She is a member of the New Jersey Principals and Supervisors Association, and also maintains her membership in professional organizations specific to her responsibilities, including National Association for Gifted Children and the New Jersey School Public Relations Association.

As a proud member of Burlington Township Schools, she strives to personally embody the district’s values of diversity, engagement, community, collaboration and lifelong learning in pursuit of the district vision, All Students Achieving!

She is a respected and valued member of our school community. As Public Relations Coordinator, she is the first point of contact for many parents and community members.

We know that she feels honored and blessed to serve the students and families of Burlington Township, and views her position as one that allows her to touch the lives of others and make a difference. Her Burlington Township pride is deep and she will always champion a cause that promotes All Students Achieving!

Mrs. Scott resides in Burlington Township with her husband and three sons. She is a daughter to amazing parents and an educational leader. Family and faith is her core and she always strives to give a helping hand to others.

RELATED ARTICLES
- Advertisment -

Latest