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AHS Associate Principal Named Campus Administrator of the Year
AHS Associate Principal Will Falker proudly displays the TSCA Campus Administrator of the Year Award.
Pictured from left: Denise Toro, Counselor at Atascocita Springs Elementary; Rebecca Mourning, At-Risk Counselor at AHS; Radah Patel, Counselor at AHS; Mr. Falker; Janet Graczyk, Lead Counselor at AHS; Jenny VanHorn, Counselor at AHS; Ruth White, Counselor at AHS.
Atascocita High School Associate Principal Will Falker received the Texas School Counselor Association’s Rhosine Fleming Award for Campus Administrator of the Year. Mr. Falker was selected as a finalist from a pool of candidates from across the state.
The award is given to an outstanding individual from the elementary, middle, and high school levels who best reflects the highest level of dedication, professional involvement, and growth. The honor is named for Rhosine Fleming, who was a counselor for Richardson ISD in the Dallas area, when she died in 1971.
“It’s an honor to be awarded this distinction and I am thankful for all the Humble ISD staff who have supported me over the years,” Will Falker, AHS Associate Principal said.
Staff members who nominated Mr. Falker commended him for his dedication and strong work ethic. “He is a leader who is approachable, is understanding, and is greatly respected,” Janet Graczyk, AHS lead counselor said.
Mr. Falker has served in the education profession for 18 years. He’s been with Humble ISD for the last eight years, serving as AHS Assistant Principal and now as Associate Principal.
“I am grateful for the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of so many students here at Atascocita High School,” Mr. Falker said.
A native of Beaumont, Mr. Falker graduated from Lamar University with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and later earned a Masters of Education in Administration.
Mr. Falker was given the award during the TSCA Awards dinner on February 9, 2020, in San Antonio.