Former Boise City superintendent honored
Five individuals were inducted into the OSU College of Education's eighth annual Hall of Fame, June 9, at the Wes Watkins Center for International Trade Development, in Stillwater . The highest honor bestowed by the college recognized Dr. Mary Frye, Stillwater; Mr. Joe Ogle, Kinta; Mr. Doyle Parrack, Perkins; Dr. L M Sullivan, Harrah; and the late Pauline Winter of Stillwater.
Dr. L M Sullivan served over 37 years in the field of education as superintendent of Cleo Springs , Kremlin, Boise City , Coyle, Newkirk and Harrah schools. His last nine years in education were spent as the area supervisor for all the schools in Oklahoma County . In 1969, he was invited to, and attended the first class of the National Academy of School Executives. In 1971, he was selected by the American Association of School Administrators to join a team of 22 superintendents from across the nation to take part in a four-week tour and study of Russian education. He retired from the State Department of Education in December 1985. After retirement, Sullivan became active in the State and Oklahoma County retired educators associations.
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