New Administrative Appointments (05-07-19)
New Administrative Appointments (05-07-19)
Posted on 05/08/2019
New Administrative Appointment Banner ImageOn May 7, the Osceola County School Board approved the following administrative appointments:







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Rick Hensley, Director of Risk and Benefits
During his career, Rick Hensley has held the following positions: Risk Manager and Chief Deputy Commissioner/Risk Management Chief Deputy for Oklahoma County Government (1999-2004); Human Resources Risk Manager for Accord (2004-2007); Risk Manager for the City of Battle Creek, Michigan (2007-2015); Senior Director of Operations of CareHere (2015). He received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Central Oklahoma.


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Brenda Berube, Coordinator of Career and Technical Education/Adult Education
During her career, Brenda Berube has held the following positions: Chair and Associate Professor of Science and Science Education at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth (2008-2010); Teacher, Vice Principal, and District Director of Career and Technical Education for Fall River Public School, MA (1989-2013); Science and MTSS Coach at Kissimmee Middle (2013-2014); District Science Learning Specialist for the Osceola School District (2014-2016); Program Specialist for District Secondary STEM & Health Science Programs for the Osceola School District (2016-2018); and Assistant Principal at NeoCity Academy (2018-present). She is currently an adjunct faculty member at the Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences/College of Medicine for the University of Central Florida. She received her bachelor's degree in Biology from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth and a master's degree in Biomedical Technology and Management from Salve Regina University. She also received an Education Specialist degree in Education Leadership from Walden University.


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William Dwyer, Principal of Flora Ridge Elementary
During his career, William Dwyer has held the following positions: Principal of Mineral County Alternative School in Keyser, WV (2006-2008); Principal at Waccamaw Middle in Pawleys Island, SC (2008-2012); Teacher at Osceola High (2012-2013); Principal at Cape Romain Environmental Education Charter in McClellanville, SC (2013-2014); Teacher and Dean of Students at Narcoossee Middle (2014-2015); and Assistant Principal at Cypress Elementary (2015-present). He received his bachelor’s degree in Science/Elementary Education and a master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Nova Southeastern University.


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Dennis Neal, Assistant Principal at Tohopekaliga High
During his career, Dennis Neal has held the following positions: Assistant Principal at Deltona Middle, Heritage Middle, Pine Ridge High, and Deltona Lakes Elementary (1995-2004); Principal at Leesburg High, University High, and Heritage Middle (2004-2017); Associate Trainer at the Center for Teacher Effectiveness (2014-present); and Assistant Principal at Oak Park Middle in Leesburg (2017-present). He received his bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Florida Southern College and master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Stetson University.


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Thomas Dunham, Assistant Principal at Zenith Accelerated Learning Academy
During his career, Thomas Dunham has held the following positions: Teacher at Kissimmee Middle (2007-2011); Teacher at Narcoossee Middle (2011-2014); Math and Science Coach at Liberty High (2014-2015); and Dean of Students at Zenith Accelerated Learning Academy (2015-present). He received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Central Florida and master’s degree in Educational Leadership from American College of Education.



Administrative Transfers:

--Christina Remy, currently Assistant Principal at Osceola High, will be Assistant Principal at Neptune Middle.

--Debbie Jones, currently Assistant Principal at Bellalago Academy, will be Assistant Principal at Celebration K-8.
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