Arts Education in Maryland Schools Alliance, in honor of Alvin and Louise Myerberg, is pleased to provide the Arts Leadership Recognition Awards.
AEMS Alliance understands that helping principals do a better job should be the cornerstone of efforts to improve student learning.
Each year, AEMS hosts an event to honor the nominated principals and announce the award winners.
The awards are designed to recognize and honor principals for their excellent arts education leadership and for providing a creative learning environment for outstanding student achievement. AEMS is committed to facilitating enhanced opportunities for principals who support arts-based instruction, arts integration, and teaching strategies that enrich and deepen arts instruction across all subject areas. The 2015 Arts Leadership Recognition Awards Breakfast and Forum was held at The Baltimore Museum of Art on October 28, 2015, where three award winners were announced and received $500 towards their schools' arts programs.
DeRoo believes in the power of the arts as central to student learning, achievement, and success. Hosfelt has transformed Spring Ridge Elementary School into the first pilot arts integration school in Frederick County. Carter has prioritized the need for students to have access to meaningful arts-rich experiences. Chang-Baxter has established an infrastructure that paves the way for promotion and implementation of arts education in her school and community. Lambert advocates for the arts by providing opportunities for students and creating an environment where students are able to engage in a personalized learning environment through and with the arts. Soneira supports integrating the arts into Germantown Elementary Schoola€™s curriculum to help students become global citizens. Using TMO ALPs Programs has received the.A  The Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs. The awards are presented to outstanding principals from Maryland public school systems who recognize the power of the arts in preparing today's learner with 21st century skills, and in doing so support teaching in and through the arts as a way of engaging students. She provides resources and funding for the arts programs, advocating to her PTA so that every student has an opportunity to take part in music and art.

She uses her passion for the arts to cultivate partnerships that benefit students throughout Garrett Park Elementary School. With this initiative, arts integration became a focus in teaching, learning, and professional development. She puts arts integration at the forefront of professional development for her teachers, providing quarterly arts integration workshops for her entire staff. Visibility and support of Loch Raven High Schoola€™s arts programs has created a culture of growth and an environment where all students are engaged. Reap understands the value of arts education and provides an arts integration learning environment for the whole school.
She provides her staff with professional development opportunities in arts integration and urges them to share their knowledge and skills in collaborative planning sessions. She provides continual support and professional development for the schoola€™s entire staff by site-based, central office, and regional arts integration specialists. Carter realized that such a change would affect access to the arts in his building, so he chose not to change the buildinga€™s schedule as proposed, thus allowing fine arts to remain an essential curricular component of the school. For instance, students performed a production at BlackRock Center for the Artsa€™ professional stage. The cultural transition at Arnold Elementary has included workshops to build parent capacity to embrace the arts and working with the PTA to help fund teaching artists. Brubaker regularly visits music classrooms to listen to students rehearse and is an enthusiastic audience member at recitals and concerts.
He also utilizes professional artists from the community to assist with drama and music performances, broadening the studentsa€™ horizons. Coleman believes that participating in the arts opens doors for students, therefore he expanded the arts opportunities by adding dance, drama, and visual arts, along with expanding the choir program. Arnold Elementary was awarded a 2015 Champion Creatively Alive Children grant from Crayola. Lambert believes in the importance of the creative process and frequently highlights arts instructional practices during professional development.

Soneira encourages the students and staff to utilize the arts to communicate and express themselves as lifelong learners. The skills needed for good leadership are present in all of us, but not all of us are natural leaders. Because of her leadership in establishing and sustaining a quality music program at Matsunaga, she was awarded the 2015 Maryland Music Educators Associationa€™s Administrator of the Year. Hosfelt worked with her team to transform their teaching by using instructional practices that align with artful thinking. Chang-Baxter has also shown her commitment to the arts by advocating in the school and the community at large.
Furthermore, the school regularly collaborates with the community to bring cultural resources to Oxon Hill. She is a proponent of connecting community artists and organizations to the school by providing external arts experiences. Our ALPs series is designed to identify, embrace and and strengthen our ALPs participants leadership abilities. Additionally she designed the new school building to provide enhanced instructional space specifically for arts programs. TMO Adventures provide an opportunity to realize a group's governing principles, values, ethics and practice core competencies in a safe and supportive environment. Our challenges are experiential in nature and we encourage continued teamwork, realistic goal setting, honest feedback and shared learning in a experiential process which stimulates our creative thinking and problem solving skill sets. TMO Adventures provide an opportunity to realize a group's governing principles, values, ethics and practice core competencies in a safe and supportive environment. These are quality adult programs designed for Outdoor Leadership & Professional Development.

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