|Dalton, Clark to join COSA's professional development team|
Two veteran Oregon administrators are joining the COSA staff.
Suzanne Dalton, currently serving as Principal at Corvallis High School, and Claudia Clark, currently serving as Director of Special Services at Cascade School District, will begin serving as Coordinators of Professional Development at COSA on July 1. Dalton and Clark will be succeeding Sue Roessler, who is retiring after five years at COSA.
Prior to her tenure at Corvallis High School, Dalton worked in Lincoln County as principal at Newport High School, Taft Elementary and Sam Case Elementary, as well as the district’s Student Advocacy Coordinator. She also served as principal at South Prairie Elementary in Tillamook. “Suzanne brings a strong K-12 background, a rich history of school-based reform and a positive, service-oriented attitude,” COSA Director of Professional Development Colin Cameron said. “We’re enthused about adding her to our team.”
“Having been an administrator at both elementary and secondary levels in several school districts, having worked in the central office, and having experience in large and small schools, I am looking forward to working with administrators across the state,” Dalton said. “One of our first challenges will be in working collaboratively and creatively with middle and high school administrators to support the implementation the new high school graduation requirements.”
Prior to her tenure at Cascade School District, Clark was the Medford School District Special Education Coordinator for 12 years. “Claudia is a respected special education professional who has strong communication, organizational and teaming skills,” Cameron said. “We’re excited that she has chosen to join us. She is recognized by her peers throughout the state for her enthusiasm and depth of knowledge related to Special Education.”
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