FOX 2 (WJBK) – The Oxford College District introduced an interim superintendent that was accepted by the Board of Training.
Dr. Vickie Markavitch was the superintendent for Oakland County for 11 years, then labored as a advisor for 5 years in training, in keeping with a launch from the district.
Earlier superintendent Ken Weaver submitted his letter of resignation final month and was placed on medical leave through next year. Weaver’s letter spoke of the toll on his well being the aftermath of the mass taking pictures at Oxford Excessive College on Nov. 30 of 2021 had on him.
Killed within the taking pictures were students Tate Myre, 17, Madisyn Baldwin, 17, Justin Shilling, 17, and Hana St. Juliana, 14. Seven others together with a trainer had been shot and wounded within the assault.
Previous to Oakland County, she was the superintendent for Penn-Harris-Madison in Indiana, Niles Township Excessive College District outdoors of Chicago, IL, and Skokie College District in Illinois.
“Dr. Markavitch has loved a wealthy instructional profession that additionally included positions as principal, govt director of secondary instruction and particular applications, particular training trainer, studying disabilities advisor and studying coordinator,” the district mentioned in a launch.”She additionally labored as the academic advisor to Pontiac Public Faculties throughout their state agreements for monetary and tutorial restoration.”
Dr. Markavitch obtained a Ph.D. in Academic Administration from Michigan State College, her M.A. in Particular Training from Western Michigan College, and her B.A. in Elementary/Secondary Particular Training from Michigan State College.