Board approves plan to transition Kornegay into role of Superintendent
TAVARES – The School Board on Monday unanimously approved a contract
that establishes Diane Kornegay as the district’s Transitional Superintendent
from Jan. 18 through March 11. She will become the official Superintendent of
the district when the transitional period ends.
Superintendent Susan Moxley continues to run day-to-day operations, Ms.
Kornegay in her role as Transitional Superintendent will conduct board retreats
for the 2017-18 visioning and establish board priorities, visit all schools to
listen and learn, meet with all district leaders and visit each department to
establish purpose and function of district positions. In addition, she will
conduct individual board member meetings, visit community organizations, and
meet with business leaders. She will also begin the curriculum audit process,
begin the evaluation of the Strategic Finance Plan, evaluate instructional
structures and programs, and review district staffing plans. She has created a
100-day plan to guide much of the activity during this time.
At the end of the
term, Ms. Kornegay will become Superintendent and Dr. Moxley will take on the
role of Superintendent Emeritus until she retires in June. As Superintendent
Emeritus, Dr. Moxley will organize the district’s standard operating
procedures, assist with the final reporting of grants, work with Ms. Kornegay
on status updates for transition and assist in other capacities as needed.
Ms. Kornegay, an
educator for more than 30 years, comes to Lake from the Clay County School
District, where she had been deputy superintendent since June 2015.
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