MOBILE, AL (WKRG) - The Mobile County Board of School Commissioners has voted unanimously to hire Chresal Threadgill as superintendent. Pending contract approval, he will take the position on July 2.
Current superintendent Martha Peek will retire at the end of June and the new superintendent will take office on July second.
Here's more information on Threadgill:
Chresal Threadgill, current chief of staff for Mobile County Public Schools. Before taking the second-highest post at MCPSS in September, he was superintendent of Elba City Schools and assistant superintendent in Troy City Schools, both in Alabama. Threadgill has a bachelor’s degree in education from Troy State University and a Master of Education in School Administration from Alabama State University. He has also served as director of federal programs; director of curriculum, instruction and assessment; and director of special education. He was principal of Charles Henderson Middle School in Troy, assistant principal and a classroom teacher. He was selected as Alabama’s District III Superintendent of the Year and has completed the Texas Superintendent Academy and the University of Alabama Superintendents Academy.
Copyright 2018 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.
- Baldwin County to put a school resource officer on every campus
- BREAKING: Multiple agencies respond to Elberta fire
- Fishing for sharks at Gulf State Park Pier
- It's angler vs. shark at the Gulf State Park Pier