Michael Daniels Appointed New Superintendent at Canon-McMillan School District

School directors approved a three-year contract Monday night.

Those in attendance at Monday’s Canon-McMillan School Board meeting applauded the unanimous decision by directors to appoint Michael Daniels as its permanent superintendent.

A three-year contract with Daniels was approved and became effective Monday, with his first-year salary set at $135,000.

Daniels has performed as an acting superintendent since former Superintendent Helen McCracken first went on leave and then resigned her position.

Several board members thanked Daniels after the vote Monday.

“We appreciate what you’ve done for us this last year,” board President Darla Bowman-Monaco said.

“Thank you very much,” Daniels responded with smile.

Amanda Gillooly October 23, 2012 at 01:33 AM
Congrats, Mr. Daniels! I look forward to continue to work with you covering the district!
Eric Kline October 23, 2012 at 02:23 AM
Mr. Daniels has shown that he has the mettle to provide the leadership needed by Canon-McMillan! He is a strong positive leader and will allow C-M to move forward toward fulfilling its great potential. He will be sure to realize the potential in our students by effectively melding the efforts of our faculty and staff with those of our students and their families and the communities that we serve!...Eric Kline, CM BOE member
Amanda Gillooly October 23, 2012 at 02:24 AM
Thank you for your comment, Mr. Kline!
Darla Bowman-Monaco October 23, 2012 at 01:24 PM
Amanda, Thanks for covering our meeting last night. Mr. Daniels has been a life saver this past year. WE are excited for the future under Mr. Daniels leadership. The Board and the staff are looking forward to the next three years. Thanks again. Darla Bowman-Monaco President of the Board Canon-McMillan School District


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