FORT KNOX, Ky. — Theresa Wilson, the principal of Scott Intermediate School in Fort Knox, has been named the 2023 Department of Defense Education Activity Americas Principal of the Year by the DoDEA, officials announced this week.
What You Need To Know
- Fort Knox principal Theresa Wilson has been named the 2023 DoDEA Americas Principal of the Year
- Wilson leads Scott Intermediate School in Fort Knox
- Wilson is a veteran educator with 22 years of experience as a teacher and administrator for both public and private schools
Wilson is a veteran educator with 22 years of experience as a teacher and administrator for both public and private schools. Wilson began her career with DoDEA in 2009 as a 7th grade World Geography Teacher at Wassom Middle School located at Fort Campbell.
"We are so very pleased to honor Mrs. Theresa Wilson in recognition of being named the regional Principal of the Year,” said DoDEA America’s Southeast District Superintendent Greg Bull.
Wilson was named as the Principal of Scott Middle School in 2018, which was later transitioned into Scott Intermediate School.
In a news release, officials explained the DoDEA Principal of the Year Program recognizes outstanding school principals, one in each region, who have succeeded in leading high-quality learning opportunities for students as well as demonstrating contributions to the profession. Principals are nominated by peers, employees, parents, students, or community members at the local level.