Streetsboro School Board hires current curriculum director as superintendent

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Michael Daulbaugh has been selected to serve as the next superintendent of Streetsboro Schools.

The Board of Education unanimously voted to approve a three-year contract for Daulbaugh at its annual strategic plan meeting Feb. 2. The contract will take effect on Aug. 1, and run through July 31, 2016.

He will earn $105,000 for the 2013-14 school year, according to Treasurer Cathy Rouse.

Currently, Daulbaugh serves as director of curriculum for Streetsboro City Schools.

Daulbaugh will replace Dr. Tim Calfee, former Ravenna City Schools superintedent, who is serving under a one-year contract. His resignation also was accepted by the School Board Feb. 2, according to member Kevin Grimm. Calfee’s last official day is July 31.

He joined the district in 2010, as principal of Campus Elementary School. Prior to coming to Streetsboro, he was the Response to Intervention Coordinator for Lake Local Schools in Hartville.

A 1991 graduate of Mount Union College in Alliance, Daulbaugh holds a bachelor of arts degree in education. In 1998, he received a master’s degree in science from Youngstown State University. Through the course of his career, Daulbaugh has been a classroom teacher, an assistant principal, a principal, a curriculum director, Testing coordinator, and RTI coordinator.

Daulbaugh has held memberships in the National Association of Elementary School Principals, been a member of the Governing Board for the East Regional Professional Development Center, and participated as a member of the State Standards Committee for the Ohio Fourth-Grade Proficiency Test in Science, among other leadership roles. He has also been a workshop presenter at state and national conferences, as well as district and county level in-services.

Outside of work, Mr. Daulbaugh has served as an assistant scoutmaster with the Boy Scouts of America, a vacation Bible school teacher, a soccer coach, is a member of the First Baptist Church of Alliance and volunteers at Akron Children’s Hospital.

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