GREENVILLE – The Greenville City School District is re-aligning its administrative staff to move Administrative Director Jon McGreevey to Career Technology and Business Operations Director. The restructured position was accepted by McGreevey following the resignation of former CT Director David Peltz. He begins his new duties Aug. 1.
“Jon will do an excellent job for us,” GCSD Superintendent Doug Fries said, noting McGreevey’s background in Career Technology.
McGreevey said he looks forward to working with the staff and students at the Greenville Technology Center and Greenville High School. “I started my teaching career in CT 14 years ago,” he added. “I’m looking forward to getting involved again.” Tech center responsibilities include the general area of workforce development.
“Marc Saluk has done an outstanding job with Workforce Development,” McGreevey noted. “I look forward to working alongside him. Also, we have a great maintenance and technology staff. Working with great people in a great district that is moving students forward using 21st Century skills is exciting. It motivates me each day.”
McGreevey’s other responsibilities have not changed. They include district technology and the buildings and grounds, including overseeing the renovation of Greenville High School and construction of the new K-8 building on North Ohio.
Peltz resigned at the end of May to move to the Miami Valley Career Technology Center. He has been unavailable for comment.
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