Ladue Schools is proud to announce that Dr. Tiffany Taylor-Johnson has received the 2021 Consummate Professional Award from the Missouri Association of Secondary School Principals for the St. Louis region.
Dr. Taylor-Johnson, principal at Ladue Middle School, will be formally honored by MoASSP on Monday, March 29.
“I am humbled by this recognition and so grateful for the opportunity to lead the students and staff of Ladue Middle School,” said Dr. Taylor-Johnson.
“To me, this is an award for our entire school, as it is truly a team effort at LMS and everyone contributes something special in order to make this a great place for students to learn.”
The Consummate Professional Award recognizes principals and assistant principals who demonstrate leadership in improving student achievement, ensure their school climate is positive and reflects high staff and student morale, and serves as a mentor to new principals, among other leadership traits.
“Dr. Taylor-Johnson models what it means to be an outstanding educator and leader every day,” said Ladue Schools Superintendent Dr. Jim Wipke.
“I am so proud of the culture of achievement and equity she has built at Ladue Middle School. We are fortunate to have benefitted so much from her leadership here in Ladue Schools.”
Dr. Taylor-Johnson has been an administrator in Ladue Schools for 21 years, previously as an Administrative Intern, Assistant Principal, and Associate Principal; she has served as LMS Principal since 2017.
As part of her award, she also will receive a $500 scholarship to give to a student at her school.