Dr. William N. Miller
Dr. William N. Miller is a 1959 graduate of Tyrone Area High School. He earned his B.S. from Shippensburg University and Masters and Doctorate of Educational Administration in 1969 at the Pennsylvania State University after completing doctoral course work at Harvard, The University of Chicago, and New York University. Dr. Miller served as Superintendent of the Tyrone Area School District for 42 years, Adjunct-Professor at the graduate level at Penn State’s University Park campus from 1987-1993 and as a Guest Lecturer at Saint Francis University. Dr. Miller is planning to release a book entitled “The Politics of Prevailing”, Lessons in Public School Superintendence, 1971-2013 Strategies for Meeting Change and Challenge with Confidence.
Dr. Miller was selected Pennsylvania Association of School Administrator’s 2013 Superintendent of the Year, Pennsylvania School Study Council’s 2012 William Caldwell Excellence in Administration and Supervision Award, was honored as the 2007 PARSS Rural Educator of the Year, and was lauded in 2006 with the University Council of Education Excellence (UCEE) Educational Leadership Award.
He and his wife, Melissa, have three children; Norman, Veronica and Fred and three grandchildren.