Mount Si's Cindy Wilson honored as Assistant Principal of the Year

Cindy Wilson - Courtesy photo
Cindy Wilson
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Mount Si High School's Cindy Wilson, Assistant Principal and Career and Technical Education (CTE) Director, was recently voted the 2013-14 KingCo 3A Assistant Principal of the Year.

Wilson was nominated for her consistently positive and energetic work style. With a four-year commitment to the Freshmen Campus, she helped define its vision and demonstrates steadfast support of its principles. Through Mount Si’s CTE program, she has helped ensure students have a broad range of educational opportunities and career-related course options from which to choose. She’s also been involved with the adoption of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education across the district and the implementation of Project Lead The Way curriculum.

KingCo League principals voted in Wilson as this year’s Distinguished League Assistant Principal. She will also be KingCo’s nomination for the Association of Washington School Principals' (AWSP) “Assistant Principal of the Year” for the state, to be named later this year.

“Mrs. Wilson is a consistently positive force at Mount Si High School. She is student centered, empathetic in her approach, and always looks for ‘win win’ opportunities with families, students and staff,” said Mount Si Principal John Belcher.

Wilson taught at Mount Si High School for 17 years (1984-2001), covering a wide range of subjects that included: business education, multimedia, language arts, consumer math, leadership, and a class to support at-risk freshmen. For four years, she also worked for the Lake Washington School District as a program director, before returning to college to earn a secondary administration degree from the University of Washington. Wilson rejoined the Snoqualmie Valley School District in 2005 for her principal internship, and has continued as an administrator at MSHS for the past nine years. With husband Ray Wilson (principal at Cascade View Elementary), she has four children and five grandchildren.


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