PUSD Earns NAF 2015-16 President's Award

At the NAF Next 2016 national convention today in Orlando, Florida, Porterville Unified School District and the PUSD Pathways program received the NAF President’s Award as one of the top school districts in the nation. Former PUSD Superintendent Dr. John Snavely accepted the award from NAF President JD Hoye on behalf of the district.

(below is the explanation of the award, courtesy of NAF)

New this year, the President’s Award will be presented annually in recognition of outstanding work done in areas of primary focus during the school year that enable NAF and our network to deliver on the NAF mission of solving some of the greatest challenges facing education and the economy by bringing business, education, and community leaders together to transform the high school experience.

The 2015-16 President’s Award is aligned with NAF’s district engagement strategy and recognizes exemplary district-wide commitment to using the NAF educational design to prepare students to be college, career, and future ready and comes with a $5,000 award to your district in recognition of your work and to continue to support these efforts. Porterville Unified School District has exemplified significant strategic commitment and investment to NAF academies and the pathways model, a high degree of commitment to student enrollment goals, strong demonstration of quality and fidelity to the NAF design, and outstanding leadership capacity within the network. 

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