Administrator of the Year


Each year AASC recognizes an administrator who has supported and fostered a positive environment for the student council at their school to progress and function to it's fullest potential. We honor them at the annual AASC State Convention. If you believe that and administrator from your school deserves this honor, we encourage you to nominate them for this award. Simply complete the nomination form and mail it to the address printed on the form before the deadline date. The AASC Executive Board will review the nominations and make the final selection of who will be awarded the prestigious "AASC Outstanding Administrator of the Year."

2019 Administrator of the Year

Mr. Jeff Feldman

Greenway High School
Assistant Principal for Operations & Resources

Without Mr. Feldman’s support, ideas and flexibility, the Greenway Student Council would not be the success it has become. Mr. Feldman is constantly working with our students on new events making sure they are not only fun, but safe for all involved. School spirit is also an amazing part of Mr. Feldman’s service to Greenway High School. He can be seen at every home football game dressed up in some crazy costume giving treats to students. For example, one week he was dressed as a Ninja Turtle tossing pizza into the student section. Mr. Feldman is an amazing role model for our students and a shining example of what it means to bleed green and gold (our school colors).

Other Nominees for Administrator of the Year 2018:

  • Mrs. Lisa Domby - Cibola HS (Yuma Union HS District)
  • Mr. Tony Jacobsen - Ironwood Ridge HS (Amphitheater Public Schools)
  • Mr. JJ Chandler - Chandler HS (Chandler Unified School District)
  • Ms. Kathryn Strevell - Pinnacle HS (Paradise Valley Unified School District)
  • Mr. Kevin Ames - Perry HS (Chandler Unified School District)
  • Ms. Jill Benza - Mountain View HS (Mesa Public Schools)
  • Mr. John Rosenberger - La Joya Community HS (Tolleson Union HS District)
  • Mr. Freddy Yanez - Gilbert HS (Gilbert Public Schools)