Sadler Arts Academy Leadership
Principal, Sadler Arts Academy
Ronia Davison is Principal of Sadler Arts Academy and 2018 Oklahoma Foundation of Excellence Award for Elementary and Secondary Principal recipient for her support of academic excellence in an Oklahoma School.
Mrs. Davison previously was a classroom teacher at Sadler Arts Academy teaching kindergarten, first grade, and third grade. She also served as Operation PLUS Early Intervention at Irving Elementary.
Ronia holds two Bachelor’s of Science in Early Childhood Education and Elementary Education and two Master’s of Education in Reading Specialist and Education School Administration from Northeastern State University. She is a National Board Certification Early Childhood Generalist.
Three-times she has been named Site Educator of the Year. Davison led Sadler Arts Academy to both State School of Character and National School of Character honors in 2014 for reaching character development that has a positive impact on academics, student behavior, and student climate.
She was Education Leadership Oklahoma grant recipient for National Board Certification in 2001. She received a $25,000 award as part of the Milken Family Foundation Educational Excellence for the effective instructional practices and student learning results in the classroom and school in 2008. She was recipient of a $10,000 Fund For Teachers grant to study Impressionism in Europe for her self-determined professional growth and development in order to support student success, enrich educational practice, and strengthen schools and communities in 2008.
Davison led Sadler Arts Academy to a 2016 National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence honor for school performance in the top 15 percent of all schools in the state based on the performance of all students in state administered assessment.
Since 2016, Ronia has served on the Board of Directors of MONARCH Rehabilitative Industry. She has served as a state evaluator of Character.Org since 2012 and is a teacher at Boulevard Children’s Ministry since 2006.
During her tenure, Sadler has been awarded over $400,000 in additional funding from grants and donations.