Quaker Valley Middle School Principal, Dr. Anthony Mooney, has been named Pennsylvania Principal of the Year by the Pennsylvania Principals Association.
“Dr. Mooney is a great leader at QVMS. He is well respected by his colleagues, the students and their families. We are so proud of Dr. Mooney and honored to have a PA Principal of the Year at Quaker Valley,” says Quaker Valley School Board President Mrs. Sarah Heres.
Dr. Mooney will be recognized in State College, PA in October and will represent Pennsylvania in the competition for the 2019-2020 National Principal of the Year. He was nominated for the honor by Quaker Valley School District Assistant Superintendent Dr. Andrew Surloff.
“We are so incredibly proud to have Dr. Mooney represent Quaker Valley across the Commonwealth. His leadership is a gift! He will serve as an impressive ambassador for K-12 education,” adds Quaker Valley Superintendent, Dr. Tammy Andreyko.
Dr. Mooney joined Quaker Valley School District in 2015. He attended the University of Pittsburgh where he earned a bachelor’s degree in History, a master’s degree in Education, a doctoral degree in Educational Leadership, certifications in teaching, school principalship, and a Superintendent's Letter of Eligibility. Prior to joining Quaker Valley, Dr. Mooney served as the middle school principal within the Blackhawk School District. His teaching experience includes U.S. History, Macro and Micro Economics, Ancient World History, African-American History, and General Law.