CH-UH assistant superintendent named Bedford superintendent
Andrea Celico, Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District's assistant superintendent, recently accepted the superintendent position for the Bedford City School District, located in southeast Cuyahoga County. The Bedford School Board approved her contract at its June 25 meeting. Celico has served as the assistant superintendent for CH-UH City School District since July 2013. Celico had been assistant superintendent in the Euclid School District in the four years prior.
“Dr. Celico has accomplished a lot during her short tenure in our district. She has led the Ohio Improvement Process, which is an established framework for internal communication, as well as shared best practices that we will continue to use moving forward. We wish her the very best in her new role,” stated CH-UH superintendent Dr. Talisa L. Dixon.
“I appreciate the time I spent in Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District and the relationships that were forged. This experience has prepared me for the next step in my career. This will continue to be a great district and it has been an honor to have served here,” said Celico.
Celico is currently wrapping up her current projects and is preparing reports for her successor so that he or she will be well-prepared to transition. The search for a new assistant superintendent is underway.
Angee Shaker is director of communications for Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District.