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Bob Vincent added to CADA Hall of Fame

Posted: March 28, 2009 11:50 p.m.
Updated: March 29, 2009 8:00 a.m.
West Ranch High School Principal Bob Vincent has been elected to the Hall of Fame for the California Association of Directors of Activities.

The award was presented at the association convention in San Diego and honored Vincent's more than 30 years of involvement with the association and his involvement with the organization's Leadership Camps for more 25 years.

"CADA is an organization that is based on service to others," Vincent said. "It has been my pleasure to be associated with CADA and this important work for over 31 years.

"Each summer for more than 25 years, it has been my pleasure to volunteer at CADA Student Leadership Camp, training student leaders from throughout the state of California on the campus of the University of California at Santa Barbara," Vincent said.

The West Ranch principal is one of three new members inducted into the Hall of Fame this year, joining 84 educators who have received the honor since the Hall of Fame was founded in 1957.

The Hall of Fame honors members of CADA who have distinguished themselves in service to their profession through exemplary service to their students, to their school and to the CADA organization.

Vincent has been with the William S. Hart Union High School District since 1976, first as an ASB director and teacher at Sierra Vista Junior High School, then at Canyon High School.

He moved to Valencia High as its first ASB director when the school opened in 1994, named assistant principal at Valencia in 1996 and became the founding principal for West Ranch High School in June 2003.


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