Jennifer Tindall, formerly of Port Huron Schools, has been chosen to lead the Department of Special Education for Lapeer Community Schools.
Tindall, who was selected from a large pool of qualified applicants, will join the District in the first week of October. She will fill the vacancy left by outgoing director Sherryl McLaughlin, who recently accepted an assistant superintendent position in the Lansing area.
“We’re fortunate to have found someone who we believe can maintain the highest-level of service and professionalism that our families expect,” said LCS superintendent Matt Wandrie. “Jennifer has the experience and skills necessary to be a tremendous asset to the District; we’re thrilled to have her on board during this exciting time in the history of Lapeer Community Schools.”
Tindall spent five years as Special Education Supervisor for Port Huron Schools before being promoted to Director for Exceptional Children, Early Childhood and Pupil Accounting in 2011. She also spent five years teaching Special Education at Woodrow Wilson Elementary School in Port Huron.
Tindall, of Fort Gratiot, earned degrees in Education and Special Education from SVSU, MaryGrove College and Central Michigan University.
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