Winters, Bradley Honored By Oklahoma Association of School Administrators
Dr. Greg Winters
June 7, 2016
EL RENO – For the second time in three years, Canadian Valley Technology Center Superintendent Dr. Greg Winters has been named District 20 Oklahoma Association of School Administrators Superintendent of the Year.
CV Tech’s Bill Bradley was also honored as District 20 OASA Assistant Superintendent of the Year. Award winners are selected by their peers for the regional honors.
Winters, 63, of Piedmont, soon enters his 42nd year as an Oklahoma educator. He has worked at CV Tech since 2008.
“I consider the biggest honor you can receive is when you’re chosen by your peer group and by people you respect,” Winters said. “It is probably one of the more humbling things that can happen.
“We’ve gone through a lot following the May 2013 tornado, and we work hard. But I would be the first to tell you there are other very worthy superintendents around who are very deserving of this honor too.”
Winters is the senior-most serving Career Tech superintendent in the state of Oklahoma and serves alongside 256 employees in mostly Canadian and Grady counties in central Oklahoma.
Bradley, 55, of Tuttle, has worked for Canadian Valley 32 years (since 1984). As assistant superintendent, he is also the chief operations officer at campus sites in Chickasha, El Reno and Yukon.
“I am humbled and honored that my peers have selected me,” Bradley said. “I love what I do every day. I am so fortunate that I have had the opportunity to serve as an educator for the majority of my life. It is so personally rewarding.”
The Oklahoma Association of School Administrators is under the umbrella of the Cooperative Council for Oklahoma School Administration, an incorporated, non-profit organization serving over 2,800 administrators.