Dublin City Schools' administrative team will be joined by two familiar faces for the 2019-20 school year.
Both individuals have already been with Dublin City Schools for years and will take over their new roles Aug. 1.
Tracey Deagle, Davis Middle School principal for the past five years, will be the district's new deputy superintendent.
She replaces Tracey Miller, who has been named the superintendent of New Richmond Schools in the Cincinnati area.
Tyler Wolfe, Emma Bailey Elementary School principal for the past four years, will become the new director of elementary education.
He replaces Jill Abraham, who is moving to Bexley City Schools.
Dublin Superintendent Todd Hoadley said he offered the position of deputy superintendent to Deagle because he was impressed with her work at Davis and her experience with the state Board of Education.
Deagle was a member of the State Board of Education from 2009-10, a member of the Governor's Early Child Advisory Council from 2009-11, and she served on the Ohio Fair Schools Board of Directors from 2006-07, according to district Public Information Officer Doug Baker.
Previously, she was an assistant high school principal at Hilliard Darby High School and director of school improvement for the Greene County Educational Service Center.
She began her K-12 career as a teacher at Van Wert High School.
She has a bachelor's degree in comprehensive social studies education from Ohio State University, a master's degree in public policy from Indiana University Fort Wayne, and a doctorate in educational leadership from the University of Dayton.
Deagle said she's excited to have an opportunity to work more closely with leaders and teachers throughout the district and looks forward to forming relationships with more parents.
She said she hopes to maintain strong daily operations so Hoadley can afford to spend more time externally fostering relationships with the community and the state.
"When he asked me to serve in this role I was thrilled and really humbled because it is a big position," she said.
As deputy superintendent, Deagle will have a salary of $134,447 and benefits of approximately $40,334, for a total compensation of $174,781.
Hoadley said three internal candidates applied for the director of elementary education position and all three were interviewed.
Wolfe's time spent serving as building principal helped him stand out among the candidates, Hoadley said.
"Tyler is just very experienced," he said.
Wolfe also served as Olde Sawmill Elementary School principal for nine years, Baker said. He was an elementary principal in the South-Western City Schools district and a middle school principal in the Westfall Local School District. He began his career as a special-education teacher in both Westfall and Worthington.
He has a bachelor's degree in psychology from Miami University and a master's degree in educational leadership from the University of Dayton.
Wolfe will have a salary of $129,909 and benefits of approximately $38,973, for a total compensation of $168,882.
The district has already posted notices both internally and externally for new principals for Davis and Bailey, Hoadley said.
He said he hopes to have a candidate for the Davis position on the Dublin Board of Education agenda Monday, May 20, and for Bailey on the Board of Education agenda for the first meeting in June.
The interview process will include participation from teachers, building staff, parents and administrative staff, he said.
"We firmly believe that having the voice of the faculty and staff and the voice of our parents involved in these important processes are key," he said.