Threadgill Wins State Superintendent Of The Year

Threadgill Wins State Superintendent Of The Year
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Mobile County Public School System (MCPSS) Superintendent Chresal Threadgill was recently named state superintendent of the year by the School Superintendents of Alabama on October 14, AL.com was among sources to report. The group claims about 1,500 members representing 138 public school systems. “Today is only the beginning of continuing my passion and dedication to the education of children,” Threadgill commented. “I am proud of Mobile County Public Schools and the opportunity to bring this recognition home to #TeamMCPSSS and to Mobile, Alabama.” Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson said, “Since becoming superintendent of the MCPSS in 2018, Threadgill has been an asset to our community. It’s been said you can’t have a great city without great public schools, and I’m confident he is moving ours in the right direction.”

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