Between building a middle school and implementing her personal goals and standards, Dr. LaDonna Mcfall didn’t have much time to ease into the position of Coffee County Director of Schools when she was hired one year ago.
Her schedule won’t ease up anytime soon, either, with the opening of the new middle school on the horizon and new school safety measures being put into place. But for McFall , it’s all just part of the job.
“I knew pretty much what to expect based on my experiences in the past,” McFall said in a recent interview with the Times. “It’s been a great experience. I came in with some short-term and long-term goals and we are putting those into place.”
On the short-term front it has been about learning the area and the school system.
“I wanted to get to know everybody and immerse myself in the school system as much as possible and know about the history and issues the school system has faced,” explained McFall , who was hired from outside the district…
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