Director: Christine L. Reddish, Master’s Degree - Educational Leadership - University of North Florida (2004) Bachelor's Degree - BSW - University of South Florida (1979).
Professional certification in Occupational Specialist and Principals (all levels). Two (2) years as Assistant Principal, three (3) years as Principal at Starke Elementary, two (2) years Adult and Community Education Coordinator, Exceptional Student Education teacher, Occupational Specialist at Santa Fe College and the Bradford Union Area Career Technical Center.
Coordinator of Adult and Community Education: David W. Harris, Master of Education Degree - Educational Administration and Supervision - Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (1998) Bachelor of Arts Degree - Major: History, Minor: Secondary Education - University of Florida (1993) Associate of Arts Degree - General - Lake City Community College (1991). Mr. Harris also holds additional professional certifications in the areas of Social Science and Agriculture.
Behavior Resource Teacher: Glenda Ruise, Master’s Degree - Guidance and Counseling - University of North Florida (1987) and certification in Educational Leadership (2002); Bachelor’s Degree -B.S. - Business Education - University of Florida (1980). Mrs. Ruise has five (5) years as a Business Education teacher, twenty (20) years as a middle and high school Guidance Counselor, (3) three years of experience in administration (Coordinator of Adult and Community Education and Coordinator of Vocational Programs); and has completed her second year as a Behavior Resource Teacher. Additional professional certifications are in the areas of: Vocational Director, and Elementary Education.