The Dublin City Schools Board of Education renewed the contract of Superintendent Dr. Todd Hoadley for four additional years during its regular meeting on Feb. 10.
“We appreciate Dr. Hoadley’s leadership,” said Board of Education President Chris Valentine. “We are pleased our District will have continued stability in one of our organization’s most important positions.”
Dr. Hoadley began his tenure with Dublin City Schools on Aug. 1, 2013. He has been a school superintendent for 20 years, starting at the age of 32.
“I’d like to thank the Board for their support and I look forward to continuing to work with our wonderful faculty,” Dr. Hoadley said. “We are all dedicated to serving the students of this committee.”
His accomplishments with our District include eliminating the win-win agreement, the approval and construction of three new schools, and the opening of Emerald Campus.
Previous to taking the helm of Dublin City Schools, Dr. Hoadley was at Olmsted Falls City Schools where he had been the superintendent for nine years. He also served as the Van Buren Local Schools Superintendent for six years prior to his position with Olmsted Falls. Dr. Hoadley’s career in education began in 1990 when he became a math teacher and coach at Van Buren. In 1995, his administrative career began when he became a Junior High/High School Principal.
He earned his Ph.D. in Educational Administration and Supervision from Bowling Green State University. He also holds a Masters of Business of Operational Excellence from the Fisher College of Business at The Ohio State University as well as a Bachelors degree in Mathematics from B.G.S.U.
Dr. Hoadley is a member of the American Association of School Administrators (AASA). He is also a member of the Alliance for High Quality Education, Mid-American Association of School Superintendents, and the Midwest Suburban Superintendents Association.
Dr. Hoadley lives in Dublin with his wife, Angie and their four children.
In Dublin, Dr. Hoadley is part of many groups and organizations. He is part of the Governing Board of the Dublin Food Pantry, where he assists in fulfilling the mission of the Dublin Food Pantry to help serve the members of the community. He is also a member of the Dublin AM Rotary, a club that works together to offer community service in Dublin and throughout the world.