CHARLES CITY, IA — According to a statement on the Cedar Falls Community School District website, current Charles City Superintendent Andy Pattee will be the new superintendent in Cedar Falls.
The website says Pattee will begin July 1.
Statement from Cedar Falls Community School District:
The Cedar Falls Community School District Board of Education is pleased to announce that Dr. Andy Pattee, current superintendent of the Charles City CSD and shared superintendent of the Riceville CSD has accepted the superintendency of the Cedar Falls Community School District to begin July 1, 2013. Prior to assuming the superintendency of Charles City and Riceville, Dr. Pattee served as high school principal in Oskaloosa from 2005-2008; associate superintendent in Oskaloosa from 2001 to 2005; and was a 9th grade teacher from 1998 to 2001 in the Oskaloosa Community School District. Dr Pattee earned his BA from UNI in 1998, Masters in Education from Drake University in 2002, Educational Specialists from Drake University in 2006 and his Doctorate from Drake University in 2011.
Dr. Pattee states, “I am deeply honored and excited about working with all members of the Cedar Falls Schools community to continue to explore greater opportunities for student learning and achievement.”