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Principal of Bettie Weaver Elementary is Administrator of the Year Award

Chesterfield County Public Schools

Lindsay MottleyThe Administrator of the Year Award is special and only presented to the administrator of a school, group of schools, or institution of higher education for supporting the development of an exemplary library media program and for making an outstanding and sustained contribution advancing the role of the library media program as an agency for the improvement of education.  Eligible, are state or division superintendents and building principals currently in administrative office and directly responsible for broad instructional leadership, such as assistant superintendents, directors of instruction, and directors of elementary or secondary education; deans, assistant deans, presidents and vice-presidents of institutes of higher education. 

That’s a whole lot of people.

So, when a member of the Robious Corridor gets an award like this, we notice!

The 2017 VAASL Award Winner for Administrator of the Year is… Lindsay Mottley, Bettie Weaver Elementary School, Chesterfield County

Debbie Whaley, Assistant Principal Bettie Weaver Elementary, says, “…Lindsay is by far the most supportive principal that I have ever had the honor of serving with. Lindsay loves and appreciates literacy and its importance in the lives of our students. Lindsay instills a love of reading in all of our students through her support of our librarian and reading specialist and their collaboration with students and classroom teachers. We are fortunate to have a librarian at Weaver who appreciates and understands how her role as librarian can support our teachers through the development and implementation of PBL projects and units.”

Librarian, Lara Ivey, recalls that, “Lindsay is a champion of big ideas.  When I wanted to decrease the size of our Reference Materials in the library and make a “Wonder Area/MakerSpace,” she was all for it.  She shared resources that she had found to support what I was thinking and helped fund games and materials to fill the space.  Without her leadership and support, we wouldn’t have gotten off to such a strong start.”

From VAASL, Principle Lindsay Mottley receives a plaque and an honorary life membership in VAASL, currently valued at $500.00 and paid admission to the Awards Banquet. 

From the Robious Corridor, she receives our unending gratitude and respect as a top notched educator and a “champion of big ideas!”



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