Allaman, who has held various teaching and leadership roles in Folsom Cordova for more than two decades, was selected from among 265 nominees for the association’s annual recognition of outstanding school and district leaders from throughout California. She earned the honor for exemplifying the following criteria:
Promoting a commitment to educational quality and student achievement and a vision of learning that is shared and supported by the school community
Advocating, nurturing, and sustaining school culture and instructional programs conducive to student learning and staff development
Modeling a personal code of ethics and commitment to professional growth
Employing creativity and innovation in dealing with issues and problems facing public education and in responding to diverse community interests and needs
Allaman will be recognized at ACSA’s annual Leadership Summit in November in San Francisco.