The Edgewood Board of Education approved Lindsay White as the Director of Special Services and Alicia Adams as the Coordinator of Special Services during the July 22 board meeting. Mrs. White most recently served as the Coordinator of Special Services for the district. Prior to becoming the Coordinator of Special Services for Edgewood, Mrs. White served as an Intervention Specialist at Edgewood High School. She is licensed as a Professional Intervention Specialist and holds a Professional Principal License.
Mrs. Adams, who has been a Social Studies teacher at Edgewood High School, will replace Mrs. White as Coordinator of Special Services. In addition to her license to teach integrated social studies for students in the 7th through 12th grades, Mrs. Adams has earned a Professional Intervention Specialist (K-12) License and a Professional Principal License.
“I am very excited about these changes in our Special Services department,” said Russ Fussnecker, Edgewood City Schools Superintendent. “These individuals are well respected within our district and they will be a great asset in their new position. I know our students and families will be well served by their professionalism, energy, and expertise.”