Friday, April 22, 2016

Greenfield Union trustees quickly find replacement for Doc Ervin

Trustees with the Greenfield Union School District unanimously appointed Kimberly M. Berman as the new superintendent.

Berman, 37, is the district's current assistant superintendent. She will replace Doc Ervin, who will end his two-year tenure with the district on June 30. She will earn $175,000 a year.

 “As superintendent, I will continue building upon the foundation we have established over the last two years," she said in a statement. “My top priority as superintendent is to enhance the quality of our students’ education by increasing learning opportunities in the areas of Science, Technology, Math and the Arts to better prepare our students for post-secondary educational and career opportunities.”

A native of Ohio, Berman earned a bachelor's degree in education and early childhood education from Bowling Green University, a master's of education in reading, and a Ph.D in curriculum and instruction from the University of Toledo.

 Berman is scheduled to assume her position on July 1.

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