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Staley High School Principal Named MSCA Administrator of the Year

Mershon pictured third from the right.
Mershon pictured third from the right.

Staley Principal Clark Mershon has been named the Missouri Administrator of the Year by the Missouri School Counselor Association (MSCA).

This is awarded to a building administrator who has demonstrated exceptional leadership within the school and has effectively utilized school counselors to help carry out the school’s improvement plan goals to make a positive impact on student achievement. The award also recognizes an administrator’s support for both the Missouri Comprehensive Counseling Program Model, and the American School Counselor Association’s National Model.

Mr. Mershon received the Greater Kansas City School Counselor Association’s Administrator of the Year award last spring.  This put him in the running for the state award consideration. MSCA selected him out of 12 other regional associations from around the state.

He will be officially honored and recognized at the MSCA State Conference Nov. 6-8, at Tan-Tar-A in Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri.

Photo and content courtesy NKC School District.

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