July 21, 2020
City Schools Staff and Families,
Please join me in welcoming Mr. David Baker back to the
District as Assistant Superintendent, beginning August 3, 2020. In this role,
he will utilize his strengths of problem solving, decision making, and
effective communication to influence the climate, culture, and productivity of
Reynoldsburg City Schools. Mr. Baker is no stranger to the District. From 1993-1999,
he taught mathematics at Reynoldsburg High school then served as high school
Assistant Principal from 1999-2005.
Mr. Baker comes from the Ohio Department of Education where
he was Executive Director, Center for Student Supports. There, he oversaw daily
operations for three program offices: Office for Exceptional Children, Office
for Early Learning and School Readiness and the Office for Integrated Student
Supports. Mr. Baker had a role in everything from students with
disabilities/IDEA/Gifted Learning to Preschool to child nutrition, school
safety, vulnerable youth populations, whole child supports and social and
“This is truly a full-circle moment for me. It is an honor to serve the district in which not only did my teaching and administrative careers begin but also from which I received my K-12 education. I look forward to partnering with the Reynoldsburg learning community to continue the excellence that is Reynoldsburg City Schools,” said Mr. Baker.
Mr. Baker earned his Bachelor of Science in Education from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. He earned his Master of Arts in Educational Policy and Leadership from The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. He and his husband live on Columbus’ east side. Together, they enjoy reading, traveling, and spending time at home with their three dogs.
Please be sure to introduce yourself to Mr. Baker and
welcome him back to the District. I look forward to working with him as he
becomes a change agent for Reynoldsburg City Schools.
Melvin J. Brown
Reynoldsburg City Schools
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