Posted Date: 05/24/2017
Dr. Darrell Floyd, Superintendent of Enid Public Schools, has been named the 2017 OASA District #3 Superintendent of the Year by the Oklahoma Association of School Administrators (OASA).
Dr. Darrell Floyd is one of twenty superintendents selected by his peers for this award from across the state. These administrators, and the District Assistant Superintendent/Central Office Administrator finalists, will be honored by colleagues at the OASA awards banquet on Wednesday, June 7 at the annual Cooperative Council for Oklahoma School Administration (CCOSA) Summer Conference. The conference will be held June 7-8 at the Embassy Suites Hotel and Convention Center in Norman.
“We congratulate Superintendent Floyd for being selected by his colleagues as the outstanding Superintendent in their OASA District,” Dr. Pam Deering, Executive Director of CCOSA/OASA stated. “It is an honor to be nominated and selected by your peers for your leadership, service, and contributions to the profession.”
Dr. Floyd has been a public school educator for 31 years. He has served as Enid Public Schools Superintendent for the past three years. He spent 28 years in Texas – the last 14 years as Superintendent in Stephenville, Texas.
Upon learning of this award, Dr. Floyd said, “It is truly an honor to be recognized by my peers with this award. I am humbled and very appreciative.”
Winners from each OASA District are eligible to submit an application for the Oklahoma Superintendent of the Year. They must meet certain criteria that include successful experiences in the top administration position; a sound, dynamic and realistic philosophy of education; the ability to motivate and inspire people; support and recognize others; professional and personal growth; the ability to speak for education; and contributions to educational administration.
The Oklahoma Association of School Administrators is under the umbrella of the Cooperative Council for Oklahoma School Administration. CCOSA is an incorporated, non-profit organization serving over 2800 superintendents, assistant superintendents, central office administrators, principals, and special education directors.