The assistant principal at Tascosa High School has been recognized by a statewide teachers' organization.
Drew Daniel, assistant principal at Tascosa High School, has been named Texas Assistant Principal of the Year by The Texas Association of Secondary School Principals. The award was announced this week, as Daniel was selected for the award from a group a finalists chosen from all 20 of the state's regional education service centers.
“Drew Daniel represents the best in leadership and certainly TASSP’s student-first motto,” said AISD Chief Leadership and Support Officer David Bishop said in a statement. “He is a strong advocate for the students of Tascosa High School and a leader who models the characteristics we’re working to develop in our scholars, which is to empower them to become thinkers, communicators, collaborators and contributors.”
Daniel has served at Tascosa for the past six years. He holds a master's degree in administration.