Dr. Paula Vincent leaving at end of school year to take position with AEA
Dr. Paula Vincent
The Clear Creek Amana School District is losing its superintendent effective June 30.
Dr. Paula Vincent will leave at the end of the school year to become the chief administrator for the Heartland Area Education Agency in Johnston. In her new position, she will oversee educational services and programs for more than 133,000 students in 54 school districts and 29 state-accredited private schools in central Iowa.
During her six years at CCA, Vincent oversaw a district that was growing and building. In the last few years, CCA built the North Bend Elementary in North Liberty in 2008, a new Clear Creek Amana High in Tiffin in August 2009 and the moving of the district’s middle school from Amana to the old high school building in Tiffin.
“Clear Creek Amana is an outstanding school district,” Vincent said. “Our student achievement is on the rise.”
The CCA School Board directed the board secretary to obtain request for proposals from superintendent candidate search firms and consultants and place the item on the Feb. 17 agenda.
UPDATED February 10, 2010 1:12 PM