Earlier this evening, our career center partner Pickaway-Ross Career and Technology Center announced the hiring of Circleville City Schools superintendent Jonathan Davis to the same position effective August 2021.
“While we are saddened to see Jonathan leave, our board will begin an exhaustive and collaborative search in partnership with our community to place the next academic, culture-driver and superintendent of our district immediately,” said Tony Reeser, board president. “We are incredibly thankful for Jonathan’s leadership and the invaluable role he has played over the course of the last eleven years in Circleville ushering in a new era, and on a new campus, for generations of Tigers. We wish him, his wife Kristen and their two children Claire and Graham the best in their next journey, as Jonathan continues to work with some of our high school students at Pickaway-Ross Career and Technology Center in the years to come.”
With Davis’ departure, the board will begin to outline the framework of their search into the new year with the intent to have a hire in place by April 2021 to get a head start on the 2021-2022 school year. With any transition in leadership, we recognize there will be some uncertainty in terms of next steps; however, our Tiger Pride and transparency as a group remains strong as the board is committed to leaving no stone unturned in securing the next superintendent of Circleville City Schools.
Together in Education,