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Long-Time District 308 Teacher Promoted to Assistant Director for Gifted Education

Jul 24, 2015 06:19PM ● Published by Steven Jack

A long-time School District 308 teacher is taking her love of gifted education into her new administrative position as assistant director for gifted education.

Susan McDougall taught English language arts and science at Bednarcik Junior High School and served as a teacher in the academically talented program at Hunt Club Elementary School. She also had previously coordinated the district’s academically talented program at the junior high school level.
“Ms. McDougall has proven to be a wonderful asset to School District 308 over the course of her career,” Assistant Superintendent for Teaching and Learning Dr. Judith Minor said. “We are eager to utilize her experience in gifted education and her background knowledge of the district to design an even better service delivery model for our gifted students.”
As McDougall steps into her new position, she will provide oversight of the district’s gifted and talented education program. She will also work to provide parent outreach and establish programming that better serves the district’s gifted students.
McDougall earned a master’s degree in educational leadership from the University of St. Francis, in Joliet, Ill. and a bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Northern Illinois University, DeKalb.
She began her new position on July 1.


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