Rob Miller named 2018 Assistant Superintendent of the Year

Rob Miller named 2018 Assistant Superintendent of the Year
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Rob MillerRob Miller, assistant superintendent at Sand Springs Public Schools, has been chosen as the Oklahoma Association for School Administrators 2018 Assistant Superintendent of the Year.

Miller, who’s been an assistant superintendent at Sand Springs since 2015, was recently selected to become the new Bixby Public Schools superintendent. He previously served as the Jenks Middle School principal.

“Rob Miller is a passionate advocate for kids,” CCOSA/OASA Executive Director Pam Deering said in a statement. “In his current role, he has strengthened his skills and knowledge in managing human resource, school finance and district operations. Rob is dedicated to the goal of preparing children for successful citizenship. We are proud to name him OASA Assistant Superintendent of the Year.”

Miller believes his position at Sand Springs Public Schools contributes to the growth of educators and students from a broad perspective. Much of this growth stems from the school board’s goals and overall mission to empower and inspire the students who attend school at Sand Springs.

He reportedly decided to move into a leadership role in 2002 because he wanted a larger role in influencing education thorough positive and enthusiastic leadership. He loved the fast-paced operations along with the many opportunities to work alongside teachers, parents, and administrators to provide a positive educational experience for students.

“This broad range of experiences has led to my recent selection as the next superintendent of Bixby Public Schools,” Miller said in a statement.

Miller believes the greatest impact a school administrator can have is working to ensure that every classroom is filled with a quality educator who has the resources, training, and support to meet the needs of every child that walks into the school.

“I feel strongly that visibility of administration is critical in fostering positive school culture and climate. In my current assignment, I work to visit at least two school sites every day to experience what is occurring day-to-day in our district,” Miller said.

While his passions do not stop in schools, Miller also has enjoyed his opportunities to present at forty educational forums and workshops on a variety of education topics.

“It has been a tremendous privilege to serve as a district administrator in the community where I graduated from high school nearly four decades ago. I owe much of my success in life to the lessons learned from teachers and other caring adults in Sand Springs throughout my adolescent years, “ Miller said.

Miller will be recognized as the 2018 Assistant Superintendent of the Year at the CCOSA Summer Leadership Conference in Norman in June.

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