Reorganization eyed for the school system

McClung wants head start to bring test scores up

The Escambia County Board of Education approved of a reorganization chart at its meeting last Thursday that, according to School Supertintendent Michele McClung, will help manage and give the school system a two-year head start on meeting the requirements for the Alabama Literacy and Alabama Numeracy Act at both the elementary and secondary levels.

“We have a need for an additional assistant superintendent to delineate the roles and responsibilities of the assistant superintendent,” said McClung. “One will focus on student services and one who will focus on teaching and learning professional l...