Eagle County Schools hire director of gifted, special ed
Eagle, CO Colorado
EAGLE, Colorado – Eagle County Schools has named Lori Seelig the new assistant director of exceptional student services. The position oversees the gifted and talented, and special education programs in the district.
During the past six years, Seelig has held curriculum director and federal program director positions at the Pottsboro Independent School District in Pottsboro, Texas. She coordinated professional development for the district and delivered presentations on gifted strategies, differentiation, curriculum and professional learning communities. She has also served as a classroom teacher, intermediate principal and special programs director for federal programs, public information management systems and gifted and talented services.
Eagle County Schools conducted a national search for candidates and received several quality applications.
Seelig holds three degrees from Southeastern Oklahoma State University in Durant, Oklahoma. They include a bachelor of science in elementary education and two master’s degrees in gifted and talented education and education administration.
“She shows a strong commitment to quality education and will undoubtedly fill what we believe to be one of the largest gaps in our special program offerings at this time,” said Mike Gass, executive director of student services and innovative programs.