Shelby County School District Superintendent Randy Fuller is seeking his third term as leader of the public education system.
SHELBY COUNTY, Alabama -- Shelby County School DistrictSuperintendent Randy Fuller today announced he is seeking reelection to serve athird term in office as the public education system's top leader.
Fuller said the district remains a role model in Alabamaand his leadership has provided fiscal responsibility that has helped guide thesystem through tough economic times in past years.
"I think we've had the opportunity over the last eightyears to do quality things with the school system. Our continuous improvement andstrategic planning carried us through difficult times. We've seen improvementsin test scores and graduation rates," Fuller said in an interview today.
"We've built new schools and renovated and provided classroomadditions, so we're really proud of our accomplishments over the last eightyears," he said.
Fuller pointed to the successful "Renew Now for OurChildren's Future" tax renewal campaign that generated funding for capitalimprovements in every school community.
The project involved the construction of three newschools: Calera Middle School, Forest Oaks Elementary in Chelsea and HelenaHigh School. Also included in the district were new classroom additions and renovations.
During his tenure, Fuller guided the system through itsfirst district-wide accreditation process, he said. Shelby County Schoolsearned district accreditation as well as praise as a "model school district' bythe AdvancED Quality Assurance Review Team.
Fuller said the review team recognized Shelby CountySchool District for several strengths including superintendent leadership,organizational structure, strategic planning and continuous improvement planning.
Following the tragic Newtown, Conn., school deaths,Shelby County School District partnered with Shelby County government and localmunicipalities under the Safe Schools Initiative to boost school security andsafety. Under his leadership, the plan resulted from a partnership with lawenforcement, first responders, government leaders, community leaders, socialservice networks, parents and students.
Fuller said he has plans to see the district continue tosucceed over his next four-year term, if reelected. "We are looking to continueto develop strategies to address growth. Shelby County is one of the fastest-growingareas in the state of Alabama, so we want to continue to provide strategies toaddress the growth," Fuller said.
"We will continue to provide opportunitiesfor success for our students to prepare them for the future. That's important tous, to prepare our students for the future," he said.
Fuller during his tenure as superintendent of ShelbyCounty School District has been recognized with numerous awards and honors,including the University of Montevallo Kermit A. Johnson OutstandingSuperintendent Award, the Alabama School Communicators Association'sSuperintendent of the Year Award and the Marbury Technology Innovation Awardfor Central Office Leaders at the Alabama Educational Technology Conference inJune 2011.
Fuller is a member of the School Superintendents ofAlabama professional association and is a charter member of the Superintendents'Leader Network. He has served as thechair of the State Chemical Awareness Program Steering Committee.
Fuller is a graduate and active alumnus of LeadershipShelby and serves on the board of the Greater Alabama Council of the Boy Scoutsof America.
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