June 19, 2018
Dear Reynoldsburg City Schools Families and Staff,
I am writing to you today to provide an update on proposed staffing shifts within Central Office to provide additional support to our academic program and our administrative capacity. Please join me in welcoming Mrs. Kimberly Halley as our new Assistant Superintendent for the 2018-19 school year.
Mrs. Halley will oversee District-wide discipline, enrollment, truancy, Title funding implementation, athletics, Support Staff Professional Learning, and other operational areas of the District, including our grades Pre-K-4 Principals. She will be a member of the Superintendent’s Cabinet and will report directly to me.
With more than 26 years of experience as a public school educator, Mrs. Halley demonstrates collaborative and positive leadership through her strong commitment to students, families, staff and her community. She is an advocate for students and will help them meet their academic, social and emotional needs while looking at forward-thinking educational initiatives to advance learning opportunities.
“I am honored to join Reynoldsburg City Schools as Assistant Superintendent. I look forward to partnering with the teachers, staff and families to serve all of our students,” said Mrs. Halley. “Together, we will continue to build upon the District's reputation of innovation."
Prior to joining Reynoldsburg City Schools, Mrs. Halley was a Senior Consultant for School Improvement for the Educational Service Center of Central Ohio. She was the Chief Academic Officer for Hilliard City Schools and has experience as a Teacher, Assistant Principal and Principal within school districts within the state of Ohio.
Mrs. Halley is in the process of earning her EdD from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. She received her Master of Science Educational Administration from The University of Dayton in Dayton, Ohio and her Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education from Capital University in Columbus, Ohio.
Mrs. Halley is active in her community and serves as a volunteer as well as sits on several boards, including the United Way Board of Trustees Pickaway County and the Junior Achievement Board. She is a bible study leader and active in charities such as Miles for Melanoma, Parkinson’s Walk for a Cure and Relay for Life.
I am excited to welcome Mrs. Halley to Reynoldsburg, please join me in congratulating her. I look forward to working with her to become a change agent for the District.
Melvin J. Brown
Reynoldsburg City Schools