MPS’ Mills honored

Angela Mills

By Traci Chapman

Dr. Angela Mills was recently named Assistant Superintendent of the Year for District 14 by the Oklahoma Association of School Administrators.

Mills, Mustang Public Schools assistant superintendent for academic services, joined the district in 2013. According to the MPS website, Mills began as a second-grade teacher, working on both elementary and secondary levels. She also served as a school principal and was director of curriculum for Piedmont Public Schools before joining MPS.

Mills was one of 20 assistant superintendents and central office administrators across the state selected for the honor, Superintendent Sean McDaniel said.

“This was out of several hundred, and this is back-to-back years for Mustang,” McDaniel said.

Mustang Deputy Superintendent Charles Bradley was named District 14 honoree last year, according to the OASA website.

Mills earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Southwestern Oklahoma State University and a doctorate in education leadership from Oklahoma State University.

“We congratulate these administrators for their valuable contributions to education in Oklahoma,” OASA Executive Director Steven Crawford said. “These men and women play an important role on the administrative team in their school districts. We commend them for serving both their schools and communities,” he said.

Oklahoma Association of School Administrators is part of Cooperative Council for Oklahoma School Administration. According to its website, CCOSA serves more than 2,800 administrators across the state.

« (Previous Post)