Instructional Superintendent for Cluster VII
Dr. Lolli Haws is the Instructional Superintendent for Cluster VII, where she supports principals and staff at K-8 education campuses.
Dr. Haws began her career as a teacher of the hearing impaired at the South Dakota School for the Deaf. As a teacher of hearing impaired children Dr. Haws worked with children at all levels at both residential schools and in mainstreamed or self-contained public school programs. After leaving the classroom, Dr. Haws served as both an assistant principal and principal in Missouri for ten years. Her most recent work has been as the principal of Oakridge Elementary School in Arlington, Virginia where she guided teachers in using data and created a culture of ownership of student results which helped to virtually eliminate the achievement gaps in subgroups. Under Dr. Haws’ leadership, Oakridge Elementary was twice awarded the Title I Distinguished School Award and the Governor’s Competence to Excellence Award and in 2008 they were award the VIP Excellence Award.
Dr. Haws holds a bachelor’s degree in elementary and special education from Augustana College; a master’s degree in reading; and a doctor of philosophy degree in educational administration.
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