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Apple Valley

Dr. Ron Williams, Superintendent of the Victor Valley Union High School District, was recently named Superintendent of the Year by the California Association of African American Superintendents (CAAASA), Dr. Williams was selected for the special recognition by a panel of educators for his exceptional talents and unwavering commitment to the Victor Valley Union High School District (VVUHSD) and is one of only 25 African-American superintendents in the entire state of California. The (VVUHSD is the oldest high school district in the Victor Valley region and serves close to 10,000 students in grades 7 through 12 at eight campuses in the cities of Victorville and Adelanto, Williams has devoted more than 35 years serving in the field of education, at least 25 of those years as an administrator.  Before becoming an administrator, Williams spent time in the classroom teaching English and math. Since that time, he has led as a principal and assistant superintendent in districts across the state including working for the San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools before joining VVUHSD in 2012. He was hired as the district’s Superintendent in 2014. The California Association of African-American Superintendents and Administrators is a group of educational leaders committed to identifying and addressing the critical issues in education through public policy relative to the status and performance of African-American students in California. Header Photo: Dr. Ron Williams