SYLACAUGA, Ala. – On Monday, the Sylacauga School Board announced the names of six finalists to replace Dr. Todd Freeman as the next superintendent of Sylacauga City Schools. The announcement was made at a called board meeting by board attorney Brad Proctor of Proctor and Vaughn.
- Dr. Kim Marie Hendon, Assistant Superintendent/Federal Programs/Curriculum Director, Roanoke City Schools
- Dr. Matthew W. Hubbard, Executive Director of Supporting Programs, Sylacauga City Schools
- Dr. Cory S. O’Neal, Principal, Duran Jr. High School, South, Pell City Schools and Adjunct Professor Jacksonville State University
- Dr. Aimee T. Rainey, Principal, Weeden Elementary School, Florence City Schools
- Dr. Jon K. Segars, Director of Career and Technical Education, Assistant Principal, Sylacauga High School, Sylacauga City Schools
- Dr. Daniel J. Steele, Principal, Thompson Sixth Grade Center, Alabaster City Schools
Interviews for each of the finalists will be held during May 7-11. According to SCS, a schedule will be released to the public once interview times are confirmed with the finalists. The interviews will be open to the public.
The Sylacauga BOE made a statement Monday following the finalist announcement:
The Sylacauga Board of Education would like to thank the Sylacauga community for their input in the Superintendent Search Survey conducted earlier this month. A diverse range of stakeholders responded giving the board valuable insight into the community’s expectations for the next superintendent.
The board will announce their selection for superintendent later in May.