Two administrative positions were recently filled by the Troy Community School District 30-C school board, effective July 1.
Kristin Johnson, Troy’s current assessment coordinator, will be director of curriculum and assessment, replacing Daniela Fountain, who is resigning.
Johnson will be responsible for providing leadership and vision in the development, selection, implementation and evaluation of the district’s pre-K through eighth-grade curricula and assessments to improve the educational achievement of all students and the professional growth of instructional staff.
Johnson has a bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Monmouth College; a mater’s degree in educational leadership from Lewis University in Romeoville, a master’s degree in curriculum and instruction/English as a Second Language from Lewis University and is a doctoral candidate at the University of St. Francis in Joliet.
Jenna Woodland, the district’s current educational technology coordinator, will be director of instruction and professional development. The new position involves leading the instructional programs of the district, providing support to teachers, providing leadership to staff development activities and facilitating long-range technology planning to enhance student achievement.
Woodland has her bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Illinois State University, a master’s degree in curriculum and instruction from Olivet University and is a doctoral candidate at the University of St. Francis.