DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Newly hired Dallas Schools Superintendent Mike Miles is completing his revamped School Leadership Team, and it does not include a large number of DISD administrators who anticipated being re-hired under the plan.READ MORE: 'I Just Think It's A Bad Dream': Parent Reacts After Pregnant Mother Of 4 Killed On Texas Highway
Miles announced the recruitment of Sylvia Reyna, new Chief of School Leadership, from the Fort Worth School District on Tuesday. Under Reyna, 25 positions, including Assistant Superintendents and Executive Directors have been appointed.
So far, only two DISD employees were issued notices that their jobs were ending and received appointments under the new system. Veteran administrator Shirley Ison-Newsome, and Learning Community Leslie Williams are the only two out of 80 notified employees receiving placements so far.READ MORE: Denton Police Mourning Passing Of Detective Rodney Mooneyham To COVID
Miles did promote five DISD principals to School Leadership directorships. But dozens of other administrators who worked in areas such as curriculum, teaching and learning and professional development divisions will see those positions officially end August 31.
Dallas School Administrators Association director Linda Isaacks said administrators who were told to reapply for jobs supported Miles’ reform plan, but still are facing an uncertain future. “I think some are hopeful they’ll get a position, but so far have not,” Isaacks said.MORE NEWS: Dak TD Pass To CeeDee Lifts Dallas Cowboys To 35-29 Overtime Win Over Patriots
Wednesday morning, another group of Dallas ISD employees received notices informing them of their jobs will end. Workers connected to the district’s Communications Division were issued letters indicating positions were closing in August. But those same employees have been told they can also apply for the newly designed positions being developed for the department.