The Daleville Board of Education announced the five candidates it will interview for the Daleville City Schools superintendent position.
Interviews will be held Wednesday and Thursday, June 5-6, at the central office beginning at 2:15 p.m. both days.
The candidates include current DCS employee Josh Robertson, who has served as the Daleville High School principal for five years. He has spent 18 years in education with experience as a teacher, coach, assistant principal and transportation supervisor.
Two candidates come from nearby school systems.
Dr. Danelle Peterman currently serves as principal of D.A. Smith Middle School in the Ozark City Schools system, a position she has held since 2011. According to her page on the school’s website, she has worked in education for almost 25 years, with experience as a special education teacher, director of special education, assistant principal, career center interim director and Opportunity Academy director.
Dr. Jason Hadden currently serves as principal of New Brockton Elementary School, a position he has held since 2015. He has 12 years of experience in education, working as a special education teacher and assistant principal. He also has experience with the Temporary Alternative Placement (TAP) Center.
Two other candidates are from outside the Wiregrass area.
Dr. Larry Collier currently serves as the director of federal programs for Decatur City Schools, a position he has held since 2012. He has over 22 years of experience in education, working as a teacher, an assistant principal and principal.
Dr. Lisa Stamps currently serves as principal of Elvin Hill Elementary School in Columbiana. She has held the position since 2018.
She has 25 years of experience in education, working as a gifted program teacher, director of Academic Affairs at the Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science, a college professor, previous experience as a principal at the elementary and high school level and an educational consultant.