OSD Principal To Serve As Next Superintendent
Chris Dvorak from Ardmore will serve as the new superintendent at Oklahoma School for the Deaf. He previously worked at OSD as the high school principal.
“Chris became the high school principal at Oklahoma School for the Deaf in August 2016 and has brought a progressive influence to the learning environment,” DRS Executive Director Melinda Fruendt wrote in an email announcement to staff.
Dvorak, of Ardmore, is currently a member of the Oklahoma Deaf and Hard of Hearing Transition Coalition.
“I am excited and honored about this opportunity,” Dvorak said. “My goal is to respect OSD’s history and tradition, while moving forward to challenge our students and prepare them to be very successful citizens in the future.”
To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition. https://etypeservices.com/Sulphur%20Times-DemocratID173/