David Vail, head of Versailles Schools, takes over August 1, 2012
The Miamisburg City Schools Board of Education named David Vail as the district’s new superintendent.
Vail, who has been the superintendent of Versailles Exempted Village Schools for more than four years, will replace the retiring Gregory Whitehead, effective August 1.
Versailles, a school district of 1,332 students in 2010-11, earned the state’s highest rating of “Excellent with Distinction” on the Ohio Report Card last year and registered a performance index of 107.
With 5, 338 students reported in 2010-11, Miamisburg has more than four times the enrollment of Versailles. Miamisburg earned an “Excellent” rating last year and scored 99.9 on its performance index.
Vail is aVersailles resident who has been working in education for 31 years. He has served as a math teacher, coach, athletic director, assistant principal and superintendent.
He said he and his wife, Kathleen, are looking forward to moving to the area and becoming involved in the school and community.
“I am anxious to start working with such a great staff and such a wonderful student body,” said Vail, who has two adult children.
Vail, who will receive an annual salary of $125,000, recently earned his doctor of philosophy degree in educational leadership from the University of Dayton. He also completed the Ohio School Leadership Institute in conjunction with Buckeye Association of School Administrators and The Center for Creative Leadership.
Excerpts From:Dayton Daily News 4-26-12
By Jill Kelley, Staff Writer
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