Sadoff Recognized as Wisconsin Superintendent of the Year

The Wisconsin Association of School District Administrators
is naming Aaron Sadoff as Wisconsin’s
2019 Superintendent of the Year. Sadoff has served the North Fond du Lac
School District
for the
past ten years. The association says his “passion for creating a growth culture
has attracted new staff and students, fueled innovations in technology and a
charter school, and closed gaps for economically disadvantaged students.” 

Theu say Sadoff develops and serves a culture of happiness in the district, allowing
it to recruit and retain world class staff while preparing all students to be
career, college, and life ready. 

Over the past 30 years, the Superintendent of
the Year program has become known as the most prestigious honor a school system
leader can attain. Sadoff will be representing
Wisconsin in the National Superintendent of
the Year Program, which is sponsored by the American Association of School
Administrators. They will name the National Superintendent of the Year at their
conference in
Los Angeles
in February.