The Connecticut Association of Public School Superintendents has named their 2016 Superintendent of the Year. Weston school leader Colleen Palmer has been honored with the recognition. The statewide nonprofit organization represents public school superintendents, assistant superintendents and other educational leaders across the state.
Palmer became Weston Superintendent in 2011, having previously served three years in the same position in Monroe.
The organization cited Palmer for leading Weston High School to be named top Connecticut High School this year, and ranked 47th nationally by Newsweek.
The Weston Board of Education will be holding a reception for Palmer before their meeting on December 21st.