Thursday, February 07, 2008

Ken Still honored for work in school sports

The Massachusetts Secondary Schools Athletic Directors Association (MSSADA) has named Kenneth H. Still, Athletic Director of the Boston Public Schools, a winner of the Theodore “Ted” Damko Award for leadership in interscholastic sports. The award is presented annually to an athletic director in each of eight districts who has exemplified the highest standards of the profession. Mr. Still has been the Senior Program Director for Athletics in the Boston Public Schools since July 2003. A graduate of the English High School, Mr. Still began his career in the Boston Public Schools in 1973 as a History teacher, and has since worked as a teacher, coach and guidance counselor in several Boston middle and high schools.

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