- Petal School District
Two District Level Administrators Named
The Petal School District Board of Trustees approved the hiring of two district-level administrators at the monthly meeting on April 14, 2015. Katie Charleville was hired as Supervisor of Special Education and Jon Anderson (Andy) Schoggin was approved for employment as Chief Operations Officer.
Mrs. Charleville is a graduate of Murphy High School in Mobile, AL and the University of Southern Mississippi with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Speech/Language Pathology and a Bachelor of Science degree in Special Education. She also earned a Master of Science degree in Psychometrics from William Carey University. She began her teaching career in the Petal School District in 1999 working as a Special Education teacher and moved to the position of Psychometrist in 2012. Mrs. Charleville assumes the position from the previous director who resigned earlier in the school year and she will be responsible for supervising all programs related to Special Services in the district.
Mr. Schoggin earned his high school diploma from Bruce High School and earned Bachelor of Arts degree in Education from the University of Mississippi. He also earned a Master of Education in Educational Leadership from Delta State University. He was a classroom teacher in the Marshall County School District and DeSoto County School District before becoming an Assistant Principal in DeSoto County in 2005. In 2011 he joined the Senatobia Municipal School District as Middle School and High School Principal. He is currently serving in the Tupelo School District as Director of Athletics along with other administrative duties. The COO position in Petal absorbs the previous position of Director of Student Assessment/College and Career Readiness (which was vacated through a retirement) and includes additional duties. Schoggin’s responsibilities with the Petal School District will include overseeing several departments within the district, coordinating the district’s student registration/residency requirements, evaluation of the district’s curriculum and instructional practices, supervising the development of programs aligned with college/career readiness, and assisting the superintendent in the management of daily administrative tasks.
Superintendent Dr. Matt Dillon is pleased that these two outstanding individuals will be joining the administrative staff in the Petal School District. “Both of these people have the type professional standards we desire for our leaders in the Petal School District. We expect that with their influence and expertise, our district will continue to excel and maintain the unique culture and expectations of excellence that is expected in our community.”
Both Charleville and Schoggin will begin their official duties July 1, 2015.