New Year Means New Schools In Wake County

Two new administrators are joining Waukegan School District 60 in the wake of an administrative reshuffle completed this summer following the termination of a deputy superintendent.

Jason Nault, who has spent the last seven years as a high school principal in both Chicago Public Schools and most recently Broward County Public Schools in Florida, replaces Marcus Alexander, who was the district’s director of teaching and learning for more than a year before being briefly named associate superintendent of equity, innovation and accountability.

Alexander left the district last month for a superintendent’s job at 212-student Pembroke School District 259 east of Kankakee, according to both districts.

His previous job, the director of teaching and learning, has been split into two positions, one overseeing the high school levels and the other responsible for kindergarten through eighth grade.

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