Section: From our Executive Director
“So why did you want to become a superintendent?”
Dr. Fitzgerald began his career in education in Maryland in 1978 as a Social Studies and English teacher. After 13 years in the classroom, Dr. Fitzgerald moved to Delaware, becoming Caesar Rodney High School’s assistant principal until 1998, then principal until 2007 when he was selected as superintendent.
Creating Opportunity Through Purposeful Visibility
Lisa grew up on the South Side of Chicago, and her passion for education and desire to make a difference was ignited by her parents, who were both educators. Her father was a high school football coach in the Chicago Catholic and Public Leagues. Her mom was an administrator in the field of special education. She understood her parents’ belief that every student whom you are fortunate to teach brings the ability to make a lasting impression and difference in that students’ life. That is something to consistently build upon each day.