CTAT announces Area III Administrator of the Year
Dr. Angela Chadwick, Paris ISD Director of Career & Technical Education and Secondary Curriculum, Instruction, & Accountability, has been named as the 2017 Area 3 Administrator of the Year and state finalist for the Career & Technology Association of Texas. The CTAT/ACTE Member Awards recognize excellence and dedication within the field of career and technical education. Chadwick has been the Paris ISD CTE Director since July 1, 2014, and the Secondary Curriculum, Instruction, and Accountability Director since November 2014. Before being named as the District CTE Director, Dr. Chadwick served as the Crockett Principal for ten years, during which time she earned a Doctorate of Education from the Department of Education Leadership at TAMU-Commerce. She began her career with PISD as a coach of girls athletics and taught mathematics at Paris High School for a total of over 30 years in education.
The district recognized Chadwick as an exceptional individual who has contributed to the success of CTE through the quality of her work and involvement in the CTE community. Regarding the award, Dr. Chadwick said, “I am honored to receive this award for the role I have been blessed to serve in Career and Technical Education. CTE is a field of education that works for everyone and benefits our community by enhancing a much-needed workforce. The opportunity to lead an amazing group of educators within the Paris ISD Career and Technical Education Department is a joy for me. This award represents a lot of hard work from the Paris ISD CTE team, along with support from other district administrators and our school board.