Scott Allen, Monroe Elementary principal, has been nominated for LifeChanger of the Year. He was nominated by a colleague and a Monroe parent.
Randy Rader, EPS Assistant Superintendent, said Allen’s contributions to Monroe go beyond the school day and makes a difference for students, staff, and parents.
“We are honored to have Mr. Allen as part of our leadership in the district and cannot think of anyone more worthy of this nomination,” said Rader. “EPS is fortunate to have a wonderful male role model for our youngest learners at Monroe.”
Allen is in his sixth year as principal at Monroe Elementary. He has been instrumental in bringing a new environment to the school, beginning each day with encouraging chants with students and staff.
“I am honored to be nominated for LifeChanger of the Year and I am thrilled to share it with my amazing Monroe family,” said Allen.
Candidates for LifeChanger of the Year must meet the following criteria to be nominated: a proven ability to make a beneficial difference in the lives of students; the ability to positively add to the development of a school’s atmosphere; leadership within his/her school; a record of excellent performance at the professional level; commitment to producing a nurturing atmosphere; adherence to high moral and ethical standards.
LifeChanger of the Year is sponsored and run by National Life Group and the National Life Group Foundation. Since its inception in 2006, the goal of the National Life Group Foundation is to do good in the communities in which we live and work by supporting nonprofit and educational organizations.
You can learn more about LifeChanger of the Year at lifechangeroftheyear.com and read Allen’s profile under the nominees tab.