Chelsea’s new superintendent says boosting student achievement in the school district will be one of his primary goals in his first year at the helm, Chelsea Patch reports.
told the news website he will be focusing on addressing problems that led to Beach Middle School
, North Creek Elementary
and South Meadows Elementary
landing on the states list of Focus Schools. Those are schools that had a significant gap in performance on standardized tests between the top-achieving 30 percent of students and the lowest-achieving 30 percent of students.
Ingall is a longtime resident of Chelsea and was previously executive director of instruction for Chelsea schools. He replaces former Superintendent David Killips, who retired.