The Kane County Regional Office of Education has named a new assistant regional superintendent with local teaching credentials and more than 20 years of experience in education.
Paige McNulty comes to Kane ROE from the Mid Valley Special Education Cooperative in St. Charles. Her education includes a master’s degree in education and administration from Indiana State University and an MBA from Indiana University, and she is presently finishing her dissertation for her EdD from National Louis University in educational leadership.
“We are thrilled to have Paige join our team,” Regional Superintendent Patricia Dal Santo said. “She will be an excellent resource for support and leadership for school collaboration in Kane County.”
McNulty s already in the field most of the week and oversees alternative programs for the Regional Office of Education, based in Geneva.
“I help support and enhance countywide ROE operations,” she said. “Some of these responsibilities include truancy, GED, transportation, homeless operations, safety inspections, home schooling and Juvenile Drug Court. I strive to be available to assist the schools and communities however I can.”
The Kane County Regional Office’s mission is to advocate for education, provide leadership, perform regulatory functions and coordinate state and local services for educators, schools districts, and the community.
For more information on the Kane County Regional Office of Education, contact Communications Coordinator Ellen Kamps at 630-444-3092 or by email at email@example.com.
SOURCE: Kane County Regional Office of Education