Dr. Donald Fennoy voted as new PBC Superintendent
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (CBS12) —
Dr. Donald Fennoy was voted 5-2 by the Palm Beach County school board as the new Superintendent to replace Robert Avossa, who resigned last month.
Fennoy graduated from Florida A&M University in 1999 and began his career as a third grade teacher in an Orange County public school, according to his application. After several years, he was promoted to Assistant Principal, then transferred to Charlotte, North Carolina to be a high school principal.
Fennoy then moved to Baltimore in 2010, where he lead the Maryland office of New Leaders for New Schools, according to his application. He also served as a Senior Area Superintendent for the Fulton County School System in Atlanta for four years before becoming Chief Operating Officer of the Palm Beach County School District in May 2016.