From Stafford Public Schools
The Stafford County School Board approved two appointments during its May 8, 2018 meeting:
The Stafford County School Board recently approved the appointment of Mrs. Pamela Kahle, currently Associate Superintendent of Instructional Services, as the Acting Superintendent of Stafford County Public Schools effective July 1, 2018. The School Board voted on this action after a closed session on Tuesday, May 8, 2018. Superintendent Dr. W. Bruce Benson has accepted a position in North Carolina.
The Stafford County School Board has initiated its search for a new superintendent. The Board has retained the services of Hazard, Young, Attea & Associates to counsel the division through this important superintendent search process. The School Board hopes to select a dynamic leader this summer to join the division by October 1, 2018. The School Board is committed to a transparent hiring process for the superintendent position.
“I am looking forward to supporting the school division as we continue to work toward accomplishing the innovative goals of our current strategic plan. We will continue to be focused on providing an excellent education for all students and supporting our dedicated staff. We are very fortunate to have outstanding students, staff, parents, and educational community members in Stafford County,” said Associate Superintendent Pamela Kahle.
In addition, we welcome Mr. Mark Coleman who will assume the position of Assistant Principal for Athletics and Activities at North Stafford High School effective July 1, 2018. He comes to us from Prince William County Public Schools where he taught Health and Physical Education since 2005. Mr. Coleman is currently the Assistant Activities Director at Hilton High School. Previously, he taught Health and Physical Education in Arlington County Public Schools and served as an Assistant to the Head
Baseball Coach at The George Washington University.
Mr. Coleman holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology with a minor in Coaching from Penn State. In addition, he earned a Master’s of Education degree in Administration from Liberty University.