Mike King is a graduate from the University of Oklahoma in Public School Administration and has been a teacher and principal for thirty-three years. Under his tenure, his schools have been recognized as exemplary by the Oklahoma State Department of Education and named a National School of Excellence by the U.S. Department of Education. His schools have also been recognized by the Kansas Association of School Administrators as a Gold Standard High Performing School in both math and reading in 2010 and as an Exemplary Middle School in 2011. 

Additionally, his schools have been recognized by the Kansas State Department of Education as a Standard of Excellence school in both seventh and eighth grade reading. Mike has been individually recognized as one of the first recipients of the NASSP Digital Principal Award in 2012, named the 2010 KGCT (Kansas Gifted, Talented and Creative) Administrator of the Year, a 2005 finalist for the Oklahoma Medal of Excellence Award in Educational Administration and was a finalist for the 2005 Association of Professional Oklahoma Educators Foundation Award in Educational Administration. 

His technical experience has been recognized by the Goddard Foundation for documentary filmmaking, USA Today’s “Best Bet” educational website, and the Oklahoma State Senate for participation in Operation School Net. He has presented workshops for a variety of local, state, and national groups and at both the National Association of Secondary Principals Convention in 2012 and at the National Staff Development Council’s annual conference. He has served as an adjunct professor at the graduate school of education at Oklahoma University and Northwestern Oklahoma State University. He has co-authored several published supplements for his works in “Developing School Programs and Policies” which include: “A Guide to Developing Human Resources”, “Building Bridges of Trust”, “Developing a Safe and Healthy School Environment”, “Developing A Learning School” and “The Virtual Schoolhouse”. Mike is currently  a member of the Board of Directors for the Kansas Association Middle School Administrators, and is an active member of the Kansas Gifted and Talented and Creative, and is a member of the Kansas Secondary School Principals Association.  Mike  and his wife Sheralyn currently live in Dodge City Kansas, where he has served for four years as a Middle School principal.

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