Flowers resigns as Coordinator of Early Childhood Services

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Tammy Flowers. Photo courtesy SJSD.

The St. Joseph School District is seeking a Coordinator of Early Childhood Services following the resignation of Tammy Flowers this week.

According to a press release from the district, Flowers has accepted a position at Springfield Public Schools as the Assistant Director of Early Childhood.

“I have grown as a professional and educator during my time with the St. Joseph School District,” said Flowers. “I commend the District and my colleagues for shaping me into the leader that I am today.”

Flowers has been with the SJSD for more than 18 years. During her time with the District, Flowers helped implement and design a new early childhood curriculum, assisted in the program’s growth and was an advocate internationally to provide training in early childhood data analysis and assessment.

The St. Joseph School District’s Board of Education is expected to approve her resignation during Monday’s
meeting. Flowers is scheduled to begin her new role with Springfield Public Schools on July 1, 2018.

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