2016 REWIND: 98. Principals of the Year announced for Volusia County Schools

Rose Roland of Silver Sands Middle School in Port Orange, named secondary principal of 2016 / Headline SurferTop 100 local stories of 2016 in Daytona Beach-Orlando area / Headline SurferPhotos for Headline Surfer / Maryann Bull, principal of Champion Elementary School in Daytona Beach, is shown with her husband, Tom, holding her award for 2016 Elementary Principal of the Year. Shown here is Rose Roland, principal of Silver Sands Middle School in Port Orange, and the 2016 Secondary Principal of the Year.

By HENRY FREDERICK
Headline Surfer

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- The School District of Volusia County and FUTURES Foundation in August announced announced the principals of the year. 

Maryann Bull, principal of Champion Elementary School in Daytona Beach, was named the 2016 Elementary Principal of the Year. And Rose Roland, principal of Silver Sands Middle School in Port Orange, was recognized as the 2016 Secondary Principal of the Year.  

The announcements were made during a surprise visit by school board members, the superintendent of schools, district administrators and FUTURES Foundation representatives.

Maryann Bull, principal of Champion Elementary School in Daytona Beach, was named the 2016 Elementary Principal of the Year. And Rose Roland, principal of Silver Sands Middle School in Port Orange, was recognized as the 2016 Secondary Principal of the Year.  The announcements were made during a surprise visit by school board members, the superintendent of schools, district administrators and FUTURES Foundation representatives.

The Principal of the Year award is co-sponsored by Volusia County Schools and FUTURES Foundation.  The purpose of the award is to honor outstanding leadership and service by school-level administrators. 

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