Campus Community Head Of School To Lead Charter School Office At Delaware DOE

Leroy Travers

The Delaware Department of Education has finally announced the new leader of their Charter School Office.  Leroy Travers, who served as the Head of School at Campus Community, has been chosen.

Travers came to Campus Community in 2013 as Principal.  After a couple of years, he became their new Head of School.  Travers comes at a very interest time at the Department as seven charter schools are going through their renewal process this fall.

Over at Campus Community, according to their website, it looks like long-time Curriculum Director Heidi Greene is their new Head of School.

This is the longest I’ve seen the Charter School Office without a leader in my almost four and a half years of blogging.  Former leader Denise Stouffer left the DOE on June 30th to take over as Head of School at Providence Creek Academy.  The role had been vacant until today.

I know Leroy Travers and have found him to be a good guy.  Anyone who knows the history of this blog knows my son once attended Campus and there were issues with his special education there.  But I will say Travers walked in at the tail-end of that and the hornet’s nest was already swarming.  So I bear no ill will towards him for any of that.  I sent him a congratulatory email.  I sincerely hope he lends more transparency coming from the charter school side of things at the Delaware DOE.

Prior to his time at Campus, Travers was an Assistant Principal at Laurel Middle School from 2009-2013 and was a 4th grade teacher at Laurel Elementary School from 2000-2009.  Travers received both his Bachelors Degree and Masters Degree in Education, School Leadership.

2 thoughts on “Campus Community Head Of School To Lead Charter School Office At Delaware DOE

  1. So, let me get this straight. They found a junior level fresh grad administrator for the post that requires ungodly knowledge of the internal politiks aka underwater rip currents and canning to know when to jump out of the fray as to not get burned to near death.

    Makes sense.

    To tell the truth I am aware of far, far better candidate but he decided not to get into the open fire pit.


  2. Leroy was my vice principle. Not a knowlegable man. Not a curious man. His instructions were to gather evidence to end my teaching career in 2013. He chose to observe my classroom the last week of school long after the deadline for evaluative observations was crossed. Other years he didn’t observe me at all. IMHO, this is evidence of his corruption as a school leader. I shudder to think of how this self-important and intellectually slothful man will lead on the issue of charter schools.


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