In the News

FADSS 2019-2020 Board of Directors  

FADSS is pleased to announce the 2019-2020 Officers and Board of Directors.

“FADSS is more than the state association of public school superintendents – it is the champion of public education and good public policy in order to ensure that every student receives the best possible opportunities for academic success,” states FADSS 2019-2020 President Kurt Browning.

“I am honored to have been chosen by my peers to serve as president and I look forward to working with all stakeholders as we collectively work together to continue to improve academic excellence and equity for all students,” adds Browning.

Read more here.


Education News

Statement from FADSS CEO Regarding 2018-19 School & District Performance

Once again, Florida public school districts have demonstrated their commitment to high academic standards and excellence in teaching and learning, and the resulting success is a clear reflection of that commitment,”states FADSS CEO.

Lake County Schools Named a 2019 School District of Distinction

A national magazine has named Lake County Schools a 2019 'District of Distinction! They are being recognized for the revitalization of the Construction Academy at Leesburg High School.

Third Grade Reading Success Matters!

Miami-Dade Superintendent Alberto Carvalho awarded the 2019 M. Athalie Range Miami Pioneer for Progress Award by the Miami Chamber of Commerce.

The award is given to an individual that represents “the true spirit of a pioneer and whose life’s work has made Greater Miami a better place.

Superintendent Recognized for efforts to Educate and Elevate Hispanic students

Dr. Michael Grego has been selected to receive the Education Leadership Award from the Hispanic Education Coalition of Palm Beach County for promoting educational equity for Hispanic/Latino students.

 

FADSS on Twitter

Events

 
  • FADSS 2019 Fall Leadership Conference

    Date: September 11 - 13, 2019
    Location: Tampa, FL
Education is not the filling of a pail,        but the lighting of a fire. William Butler Yeats

A Message from FADSS CEO

Welcome to the new FADSS website. We have redesigned the website to make it more user-friendly and appealing. We have added a live Twitter feed, an "In The News" district spotlight, and this CEO message blog where I will share thoughts and perspective regarding issues, challenges, and successes in public education.

It is my hope that you find the new website to be a useful information and communications tool and we welcome your comments and feedback.

Thank you to the Florida Center for Interactive Media at Florida State University for your creative and technical talents on this website redesign.

In the News

FADSS 2019-2020 Board of Directors  

FADSS is pleased to announce the 2019-2020 Officers and Board of Directors.

“FADSS is more than the state association of public school superintendents – it is the champion of public education and good public policy in order to ensure that every student receives the best possible opportunities for academic success,” states FADSS 2019-2020 President Kurt Browning.

“I am honored to have been chosen by my peers to serve as president and I look forward to working with all stakeholders as we collectively work together to continue to improve academic excellence and equity for all students,” adds Browning.

Read more here.


Education News

Statement from FADSS CEO Regarding 2018-19 School & District Performance

Once again, Florida public school districts have demonstrated their commitment to high academic standards and excellence in teaching and learning, and the resulting success is a clear reflection of that commitment,”states FADSS CEO.

Lake County Schools Named a 2019 School District of Distinction

A national magazine has named Lake County Schools a 2019 'District of Distinction! They are being recognized for the revitalization of the Construction Academy at Leesburg High School.

Third Grade Reading Success Matters!

Miami-Dade Superintendent Alberto Carvalho awarded the 2019 M. Athalie Range Miami Pioneer for Progress Award by the Miami Chamber of Commerce.

The award is given to an individual that represents “the true spirit of a pioneer and whose life’s work has made Greater Miami a better place.

Superintendent Recognized for efforts to Educate and Elevate Hispanic students

Dr. Michael Grego has been selected to receive the Education Leadership Award from the Hispanic Education Coalition of Palm Beach County for promoting educational equity for Hispanic/Latino students.

 

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