It's important that we create a safe space for dialogue and Q & A with our families, community members, and students! Please join us on Google Meets November 17th, 6pm to 7pm to learn about DEI and its importance for ALL students! Register Here for the Google Meets Link & to Submit Questions: https://forms.gle/pndPPVtLNPGGoMej9
Please Join Our Student Coalition on November 3rd @ OE from 7pm to 8:30pm for another panel experience of teaching, learning, story telling, and growing! Our students aim to AMPLIFY mental health in an effort to increase understanding and empathy for what our students need to be successful! We can't wait to see you there!
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Educational Services Department Staff
Associate Superintendent for Educational Services
Dr. Heather Kincaid
Assistant Superintendent of Student and Staff Services
Administrative Assistant to the Associate Superintendent/Educational Services
Educational Services Directors
Director of Special Education
Dr. Tammie Harmon
Director of Elementary Education
Dr. Kristen Paul
Director of Social Emotional Learning
Dr. Lindsay F. Allen
Dr. Lindsay F. Allen served as the Director of Elementary Education at Oswego Community Unit School District 308 from 2018-2022. Prior to that, she was Southbury’s principal from 2010-2018 and Assistant Principal from 2008-2010. During her tenure, she was a valued and respected leader, colleague, and friend to the entire SD308 community. Dr. Allen passed away unexpectedly on July 27, 2022.
Lindsay Allen earned her Bachelor of Arts-French/TESOL, from Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, MI and received her initial Teaching Certification in Elementary Education from North Central College, Naperville, Illinois.
She also received her Masters in Educational Leadership-Type 75 Certification from Aurora University, Aurora, Illinois and her Masters of Education in Literacy from Judson University, Elgin, Illinois and her Doctorate of Education in Literacy from Judson University, Elgin, Illinois.
Dr. Allen described herself as a student-focused educational leader, possessing a passionate commitment to the growth of school administrators, staff and students, while providing an invigorating, safe and encouraging learning environment.