Human Resources→ Awards → Washington Post Principal of the Year → Nomination Packet Requirements
Please limit your writing to the number of pages requested. The type font should be Times New Roman and type size should be 12. (In order to provide all nominees with the same opportunity, only the number of pages and the information requested will be accepted.)
Submit materials in the following order:
Sample: John Doe is the principal at Franklin Pearce Public Charter School in Washington, D.C. Franklin Pearce serves a unique population and it takes exceptional leadership to successfully manage the school and its community. "Each child has individual and specific requirements and John makes sure that each need is met with an innovative and caring approach," wrote a parent, whose daughter attends the school. "The safety and security of the students as well as their individual educational goals are paramount in how John supports the children, their families and his staff. I have complete confidence and comfort knowing that John has provided an environment where my daughter's needs can be met and all her abilities nurtured and encouraged as best possible." Mr. Doe began his career in education as a speech pathologist in the Prince George's County Public Schools system in 1993. There he developed and implemented communication-based programs for students with autism, learning, and physical disabilities. Mr. Doe earned his MEd and BS in speech/language pathology from Keene University in Keene, NH.