Tishomingo Public School welcomes our new superintendent, Mrs. Alicia O’Donnell!
Courtesy of the the Johnston County Sentinel: “The Tishomingo School District Board of Education hired Mrs. Alicia O’Donnell as the new Superintendent for Tishomingo Public Schools, beginning July 1, 2018.
“The Tishomingo Board was committed to selecting an administrator with a successful background in educational leadership, a commitment to excellence, and a vision for the future. We have found that in Mrs. O’Donnell.” said Board President Doug Blackburn.
O’Donnell, comes to the district with 19 years of experience in education. She has six years’ experience as a superintendent with the most recent time spent at Carney Public Schools. She has also served as superintendent, principal and federal programs director/grant writer at Briggs Public School and prior to that taught for five years. While in the capacity of grant writer, O’Donnell’s writing was awarded over $4 million in grant funding.
She has experience working with diverse populations, is passionate about education and is progressive in her leadership, wanting the best for each and every student. She believes in strong communication with administration, faculty/staff, students and all community members/stakeholders.
O’Donnell said, “I am honored by the confidence the Tishomingo Board of Education has placed in me and I am excited to work with the outstanding administrative team and staff at TPS! I look forward to getting to Tish and meeting everyone!”
O’Donnell completed her undergraduate degree in Secondary Education with a minor in accounting and business administration at Oklahoma State University and her graduate degree in School Administration at Northeastern State University. She has been married for 25 years to Mickey O’Donnell and has two daughters in college, Randee and Taylor.
O'Donnell and her family will be moving into the Tishomingo School District and will take up residence.”
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