Garver Named as One of KAMSA's "Exemplary" Middle School Assistant Principals of the Year
Amy Garver, Basehor-Linwood Middle School assistant principal, has been named one of
five middle school assistant principals to be recognized as a Kansas Association of Middle
School Administrators (KAMSA) 2013-2014 “Exemplary” Middle School Assistant Princi- pal of the Year. She has been with the Basehor-Linwood School District for over 11 years
and has been assistant principal at BLMS since 2010.
Pancho Bustos, Assistant Principal of Truesdell Middle School-Wichita, Elaine Carpenter,
Assistant Principal of Pioneer Trail Middle School-Olathe, Samantha Glover, Assistant
Principal of Haysville Middle School, and J. J. Libal, Assistant Principal of
Pioneer Trail Middle School-Olathe were all recognized as “Exemplary,” along with
“I feel honored and privileged to work for such an outstanding school district and com- munity,” Garver said. “This KAMSA Exemplary award belongs to the BLMS team - the
hard working students, dedicated and exemplary teachers and staff, caring and involved
parents, and a supportive Board of Education, district office and community.”
Garver will be recognized at the KAMSA Spring Conference Luncheon on May 9, 2014 at
Washburn Rural Middle School in Topeka, Kansas.
“This award comes very well deserved,” said Mr. Mike Wiley, Basehor-Linwood Middle
School principal. “Mrs. Garver continues to show hard work and dedication, and goes
above and beyond what is expected from her with her unyielding commitment to our
students, Basehor-Linwood Middle School and our district.”
“We commend each of these administrators for the outstanding effort they give to their
staff, students and communities,” John Sanborn, KAMSA Executive Director said
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