Milanese Langferman Named Indiana High School Principal of the Year – WRBI Radio

Milan High School Principal Ryan Langferman (right) was named Indiana Association of School Principals’ 2022 High School Principal of the Year in Indianapolis. He is pictured with his wife Carly. (provided photo)

Milan, IN – Milan’s Ryan Langferman was named Principal of the Year for 2022 at the Indiana Association of School Principals (IASP) banquet Sunday night in Indianapolis.

He was selected from the 12 district winners, all of whom were honored at the banquet.

Langferman is in his 10th year as principal at Milan High School.

During his tenure, Langferman implemented programs that increased graduation rates and encouraged students to graduate with a plan for a prosperous future.

Initiatives include the Graduation Preparation Phase, held four days a week to give students the opportunity to work with a mentor teacher to learn work ethic skills and habits that will prepare them for life after high school.

Langferman was named IASP District 10 High School Principal of the Year earlier this fall.

District 10 is located in southeastern Indiana and consists of Ripley, Dearborn, Decatur, Franklin, Fayette, Hancock, Jennings, Ripley, Rush, Shelby and Union counties.

The recognition ceremony is part of the 2022 Principals of the Year Recognition Celebration, a part of the IASP’s annual Fall Professional Conference. The prestigious award was presented at a dinner at the Indianapolis JW Marriott Hotel presided over by IASP State President Matt Shockley and Executive Director Dr. Presented to Todd Bess

District High School Principals of the Year are elected by their peers, with one principal from each of the 12 districts being honored.

Of these 12 District High School winners, one will be selected as the 2022 State High School Principal of the Year.

“We are very proud that Ryan Langferman was voted State Director of the Year for 2022. Ryan is a dedicated leader and puts the needs of the students first. Ryan has hired highly qualified teachers and staff who all support his vision of students graduating with a plan. Ryan graduated from Milan and is passionate about the people in our community. He certainly represents the best principal in Indiana,” said Jane Rogers, superintendent of Milan Community Schools.

Established for 30 years, the Indiana Association of School Principals is a not-for-profit professional association serving over 3,300 building-level administrators in the state of Indiana.

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