Former Cecil County School Superintendent, Carl Roberts applies for job as Harford County Public Schools Superintendent

   In a press release today, Harford County Public Schools announced that

Carl Roberts was Superintendent of Cecil County Public Schools from 1996 to 2008

Carl Roberts was Superintendent of Cecil County Public Schools from 1996 to 2008

retired Cecil County Public Schools Superintendent, Carl Roberts has been chosen as one of four candidates for their Superintendent’s job.  Dr. Roberts is a Cecil County native from Perryville.  He spent 20 plus years as an educator in Harford County before becoming Cecil County’s Superintendent from 1996 to 2008.  For the past year, he’s been Executive Director for the Maryland Superintendent’s Association.

    The other three finalists are Franklin Till, Raymond Bryant, and Robert Tomback.  Dr. Till has spent the past seven years as Superintendent of Broward County, Florida Public Schools.  Prior to that, he served as a Teacher, Guidance Counselor, and Administrator in the San Diego, California School District. 

     Raymond Bryant is Superintendent of the Elmira, New York School District.  He spent several years as an educator in Maryland before serving as Associate Superintendent in District of Columbia Public Schools.  Robert Tomback is an Associate Superintendent with Baltimore County Public Schools.  Prior to that, he was Principal of Catonsville High School.

 

Here’s the link to the Harford County Public Schools Press Release…

https://www.hcps.org/departments/docs/publicinformation/publications/pressreleases/2009/MABE_HarPressfinalists%20_3_.pdf

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~ by Kyle Dixon on May 20, 2009.

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