Wendy Robinson '73 is Indiana's District II School Superintendent of the Year
September 12, 2017
Wendy Robinson, superintendent of Fort Wayne Community Schools and 1973 graduate of DePauw University, has been chosen by members of the Indiana Association of Public School Superintendents (IAPSS) as the 2018 District II Superintendent of the Year.
"Winners are selected by other superintendents in their district who consider the qualifications and accomplishments of area colleagues and their instructional leadership during a time of limited resources," reports the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette. "This is Robinson's second time to be selected as the District II Superintendent of the Year. She was also the recipient in 2008," and is now a candidate for the statewide and national awards.
An elementary education major at DePauw, Robinson has two master's degrees from Indiana University - Purdue University at Fort Wayne, and a doctorate from Ball State University. She has been an administrator in Fort Wayne Community Schools "for more than 30 years, serving as an assistant principal, principal, area administrator, assistant superintendent and deputy superintendent before becoming superintendent in 2003," the newspaper notes.
Dr. Robinson further serves her community as a board member of Greater Fort Wayne Inc.
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