Jason Waldvogel, Pettisville elementary principal, is one of six finalists for the position of Pettisville school superintendent.
The Archbold Buckeye requested the resumes of finalists from the Northwest Ohio Educational Service Center. The organization is assisting the Pettisville School Board in hiring a new superintendent.
The resumes released by the NWOESC office do not include personal information such as addresses, telephone numbers, etc.
Education: Bachelor of Science in elementary education in 1992, Defiance College; Master of Arts in educational administration and supervision in 1999, Bowling Green State University (+25 hours toward doctorate).
Licensures: Five year licenses: K-8 teacher, K-8 principal, superintendent; pupil activity permit.
Administrative/Teaching Experience: Adult education teacher, 1992-93, Four County Joint Vocational School; fourth grade teacher, 1993-2000, Pettisville; elementary principal, 2000-present, Pettisville; Comprehensive Continuous Improvement Planning (CCIP) coordinator, 2000- present.
Selected Related Educational Experiences: Established Pettisville Food Pantry, 2011-present; chairperson, Pettisville School Restart Plan, 2020; OSFC construction project committee member; superintendentappointed duties; special education coordinator and 504 developer; homeless coordinator, Pettisville schools; Ohio teacher’s and principal’s evaluation system credentials; transitioned to all-day, every-day kindergarten, Pettisville elementary.
Coaching: Pettisville-head girls basketball coach, 1996- present; head baseball coach, 1996-2000; girls elementary basketball coordinator, 1996- present; summer recreation coordinator, 1995-97; boys elementary basketball coordinator, 1993-95; freshman boys basketball coach, 1993- 96. Stryker-junior high boys basketball coach, 1988-92.
Sheryl Brown has been the principal at Fairview Elementary School, Sherwood, since 2017.
Education: Bachelor’s in education in 1991, master’s in reading in 1995, University of Toledo; master’s in administration in 2015, Concordia University, Chicago; superintendent certificate in 2020, University of Dayton.
Administrative/Teaching Experience: Teacher, 1991-92, Riverside Elementary, Toledo; teacher, 1992- 2011, Chase STEM Academy; teacher, 2011-15, Pickett Academy, Toledo; assistant principal, 2015-17, Pickett Academy; assistant curriculum director, 2019-present, Fairview elementary.
Achievements: TRACS teacher, 2010-15; intern board of review board member, 2010-15; teacher leader representative, 2007-14; Catalyst of Excellence award- Partners in Education, 2005; winner of several grants.
Joshua Clark has been the Director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Professional Development at the Northwest Ohio Educational Service Center, Archbold, since July 2020.
Education: BS in secondary English education in 2007, Huntington (Ind.) University; Master of administration and supervision in 2012, BGSU.
Licensures: Five-year licenses: superintendent, professional principal, professional adolescent to young adult (7-12) English language arts.
Administrative/Teaching Experience: English teacher, 2007-08, Wabash (Ind.) High School; English teacher, 2008-2010, Edgerton
High School; English teacher, 2010-15, Tinora High School; principal, 2015- 18, Evergreen High School; general education consultant, NWOESC, 2018-20.
Selected Related Educational Experiences: Franklin B. Walter Educator Award 2010, 2014; NWOESC LPDC committee chair, Title IX coordinator, 2020-present; NWOESC OTES 2.0 pilot committee, 2019-present; OTES 2.0 credentialed trainer, 2020-present; Northwest Ohio Leadership Conference Committee, 2015-16.
Robert Clarke has been the principal of Indian Valley High School, Gnadenhutten, since 2013.
Education: BA in education biology, Fairmont State University; master’s in edu- cation, Marygrove College (Mich.); administrative coursework, Massachusetts State University, College of Liberal Arts; administrative licensure, superintendent licensure, Franciscan University (Steubenville).
Licensures: adolescent to young adult/high school 7-12 biology, high school principal 7-12, superintendent.
Administrative/Teaching Experience: Science teacher, 1992-95, Charlotte- West Mecklenburg High School; science teacher, 1995-2000, Indian Valley High School; junior high assistant principal, 2000-2001, high school assistant principal, 2001-02; high school principal, 2002-04, curriculum director/assistant superintendent, 2004-10, high school principal, 2010-13, Claymont City Schools.
Honors/Recognitions: 2020 High Schools That Work-NE region high school leadership award recipient, Ohio and national Gene Bottoms Pacesetter School award recipient; 2001 Who’s Who teacher recipient.
Roger Taylor has been the supervisor of special education in the West Clermont School District, Cincinnati, since 2019.
Education: BS in education, k-12 intervention specialist education in 2009, summa cum laude, Shawnee State University; master’s in education in educational leadership in 2010, University of Dayton.
Licensures: K-12 professional license; principal, grades 4-9 & 5-12; school business manager; superintendent.
Administrative/Teaching Experience: Intervention specialist, 2009-12, energy education specialist, 2011-15, director of operations and transportation, 2012-15, Western Brown Local School district; adjunct professor, teacher education, 2013-17, Shawnee State University, Portsmouth; assistant principal, 2015-16, principal, 2016-19, West Union High School, Adams County.
Tamara S. Wallace has been the principal of Mohawk Elementary School, Sycamore, since 2015.
Education: BA in elementary education in 1992, summa cum laude, Marietta College; Master of Arts in educational technology, 1998, University of Findlay; post-graduate work in experienced administrator program, 2012-present, Sail for Education/Concordia University, Chicago.
Licensures: five-year licenses: superintendent, PK- 12 principal; OTES & OSCES credentialed evaluator; 1-8 elementary education, permanent certificate; K-12 reading, K-12 technology, permanent endorsements.
Administrative/Teaching Experience: Fourth grade teacher, 1992-98, Bigelow Hill Intermediate; technology liaison, 1998- 2005, Findlay High School; third grade teacher, 2005- 08, Wilson Vance Intermediate; Findlay Enrichment Programs, The Arts Partnership camp instructor, 2005-08, 2014; adult education instructor, 2013-15, Millstream Career Center; professional development facilitator, 1997-2015, Findlay City Schools; adjunct faculty member, educational technology, 2008-15, Owens Community College; assistant middle school principal & athletic director, 2008- 11, Central Middle School, Findlay; career tech & adult education supervisor, 2011- 2015, Millstream Career Center, Findlay.
Selected Related Educational Experiences: EdTPA portfolio reviewer, Pearson Education; costumer, Findlay High School, Findlay Light Opera, Fort Findlay Playhouse, Becky Thatcher Theatre; grant reviewer, Straight A Fund, Ohio Department of Education.
Community Involvement: Habitat for Humanity volunteer, chancel choir member and substitute accompanist, bell choir, past children’s choir director; board member, actor/singer, costumer, producer, Findlay Light Opera Company; 4-H advisor; Arts in Education steering committee; board member, association secretary, Ohio Suffolk Sheep Association.