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David Moss named new superintendent at Clinton-Massie

CLARKSVILLE — The Clinton-Massie Local Schools Board has selected David Moss to become the district’s next superintendent, effective August 1.

Moss will replace Matt Baker, who recently resigned as district superintendent. Baker served the district as superintendent for seven years.

“The Clinton-Massie Local Schools Board looks forward to working with Mr. Moss as superintendent and moving the district forward,” board chairman Jeremy Lamb said in a news release. “Mr. Moss has been with the district for six years, starting in a technology capacity and moving closer to student success while taking on administrative duties at the district level for the past few years. The board appreciates Mr. Moss’ knowledge day-to-day functions of the district, his relationships with staff, and his familiarity with the district’s strategic plan.The board looks forward to working with Mr. Moss, the district administration team, and our dedicated staff to close the student achievement gaps and keeping local Clinton-Massie schools on track with our strategic plan.CMLSD has a very high bar for what we consider success, and the Board of Directors believes that Mr. Moss can lead our district, setting the bar of success to new heights.

Moss said, “I am both incredibly excited and deeply humbled to accept the role of the next superintendent of local Clinton-Massie schools. It is an honor and a privilege to have been chosen by the School Board to fulfill this important role, and I am grateful for the trust they have placed in me. I look forward to working collaboratively with parents, teachers, staff, students, and community partners to ensure the continued growth and success of every student in our district.

“In the weeks and months ahead, I look forward to engaging with each of you, hearing your thoughts, concerns and aspirations for our District. Through open dialogue and constructive feedback, we We will chart a course that reflects our collective wisdom, celebrates our successes, and addresses the challenges that lie ahead. As we begin this new journey together, I promise to approach my role with integrity, transparency, and a student-centered approach. Each child deserves a quality education that nurtures their talents, cultivates their passions, and prepares them for a future full of opportunity. I believe that by fostering strong relationships, promoting open communication, and embracing a culture of collaboration, we can create an educational environment that equips and inspires every student to succeed.

“Clinton-Massie is a wonderful place with special people. Mr. Marty Kreider, salutatorian for the Clinton-Massie Class of 2023, reminded his classmates during his graduation speech last May that “a small school doesn’t mean small dreams.” I wholeheartedly agree and will work diligently every day to help our students achieve those dreams. Go hawks!”

The Southern Ohio Educational Service Center assisted the local Clinton-Massie School Board in their search for a superintendent to lead the district.

The Southern Ohio Educational Service Center provides quality regional educational services to school districts in Adams, Clinton, Fayette, and Highland counties.


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