Krista Cox named assistant superintendent for secondary schooling – Penn Manor Faculty District

Krista Cox named assistant superintendent for secondary schooling – Penn Manor Faculty District

Congratulations to Dr. Krista Cox, who has been named assistant superintendent for secondary schooling by the Penn Manor Board of Faculty Administrators.

Dr. Cox, who has served as principal of Eshleman Elementary Faculty for the previous 10 years, replaces Dr. Phil Gale, who takes over as Penn Manor superintendent July 1.

“It is an honor and a privilege to proceed to serve the Penn Manor neighborhood, which has given a lot to my household through the years,” stated Dr. Cox, a Penn Manor alumna whose 4 kids have attended Penn Manor colleges.

“I am excited for the chance to work with our secondary workers and administration to offer the most effective schooling attainable for our college students to organize them for all times after highschool.”

In her new position, Dr. Cox can be helping Dr. Gale in all facets of center and highschool college operations, together with recruiting and supervising skilled workers and growing and overseeing curriculum.

Earlier than becoming a member of the Eshleman workers in 2012, Dr. Cox was an assistant principal at Penn Manor Excessive Faculty from 2009 to 2012.

She beforehand labored for Ephrata Space Faculty District as assistant principal and assistant to the principal at Ephrata Center Faculty from 2005 to 2009.

From 2003 to 2006, Dr. Cox was Ephrata’s studying and language arts division supervisor, and from 1998 to 2005, she was a language arts trainer and studying specialist.

Dr. Cox earned her doctorate in instructional management and administration from Immaculata College in 2013, her grasp’s diploma in studying and language arts from Millersville College in 2000, and her bachelor’s diploma in elementary schooling from Millersville in 1993.

“Dr. Cox’s expertise in any respect three ranges gives her with the complete perspective of the workings of a college district and the development college students make throughout their time at school,” stated Dr. Gale. “I firmly consider she could have an amazing influence in her new position.”

Dr. Cox and her husband, Matt, reside in Conestoga with their youngest daughter, Olivia, who can be a Penn Manor senior within the fall.

Finest needs to Dr. Cox on her appointment!