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10th anniversary ICAP Award nominations

10th anniversary ICAP Award nominations
Nominate your district or school for the 10th anniversary edition of the ICAP Awards. Access the Nomination form here. 

Awards will be given for:
• ICAP teams in 1) elementary school 2) middle school 3) high school 4) charter school and 5) district
• Promising Practices for integrated student-driven processes that are meaningful and equitable, and that emPoWeR students for Postsecondary and Workforce Readiness.

The ICAP Award committee, composed of ICAP facilitators and previous award winners, will review the answers and stories, models and/or examples of the ICAP process that you submit on the Nomination form.  Honorees will be featured in the upcoming PWR Playbook and in ICAP Birthday Showcases on 10th Birthday Tuesdays, January through May 2021.

Nominations will be accepted through Wednesday, Nov. 25. For more information, contact Robin Russel.

Click Here for Additional Information

For More Information, Contact:
Robin Russel
Office of Postsecondary Readiness
Phone: 720.576.2902
Email: [email protected]

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AASA recently announced the opening of their 2021 program throughout the United States. Please click here  for information about award eligibility and criteria, FAQ, past honoree information, and more. In Colorado we follow the process outlined by AASA and the final selection is made by a panel of previous Superintendent of the Year award winners, as well as other superintendent peers, to assure a geographic and district size balance.

For your convenience, the nomination form will be completed online through the AASA website. Please click
here to access the award webpage, register as a nominator, and complete the nomination form. The deadline to nominate a Colorado superintendent is Friday, October 2, 2020.

The AASA website link in the paragraph above includes detailed information about how to complete a nomination and will walk you through that process. Because AASA oversees and facilitates this award, nominations must be submitted through their website and cannot be accepted by CASE.

If you have any questions about the 2021 Colorado Superintendent of the Year award process and timeline, please don’t hesitate to contact me at
[email protected] or (303)762-8762.

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