Clayton Simmons, Principal at Estero High School, named Lee County Principal of the year.

simmons-e1538149718624-225×300The School District of Lee County proudly congratulates Clayton Simmons, Principal at Estero High School, for being selected Lee County Principal of the year, and nominated for Florida Principal of the Year

Superintendent Dr. Greg Adkins says, “Clayton led Estero to a two grade jump from a “C” to an “A” this year.”

Simmons was named Principal of Estero High School in July of 2014. His staff says he leads by example, visits almost every class weekly and meets regularly with teachers for their input. “He has created an Academic Leadership Team that includes our strongest teachers representing all our departments,” writes Assistant Principal Mike Amabile in his recommendation letter. “Those teachers will move mountains for Estero High School because they feel valued and that their ideas and opinions are used in the decision making process.”

“I am honored to have been selected ‘Principal of the Year for the School District of Lee County,’” Simmons says. “It is a privilege to be the principal of Estero High School and I’m grateful to work with our amazing students and staff. I would like to thank the School Board, Dr. Adkins, district staff, and the Village of Estero for their continued support of Estero High School and remember, ‘It’s always great to be an Estero High School Wildcat!’”

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