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Colleagues praise Esther Asbell of Lee for positive energy, dedicated work ethic

THE NEW HAMPSHIRE School Administrators' Association has selected Esther Asbell as the recipient of their 2014 Outstanding Service Award.

Asbell began her educational career in 1987 as the co-director of the Live and Learn Educational Center in Lee, NH. In 2010 after serving in the capacity of guidance counselor, assistant principal, and assistant superintendent in various districts in Maine and New Hampshire, Asbell moved into her current position as assistant superintendent for the Exeter Region School District.

Asbell's role as a leader in the community is reflected in the praises of her colleagues who supported her nomination.

According to her superintendent, Michael Morgan, "Her positive energy, her dedicated work ethic, and her honesty and integrity shine through in all of her undertakings and endeavors. Her consistent goal is continuous improvement so that students may be better served; that is only enhanced by her commitment to do her very best every single day."

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