Dothan City Schools Central Office Secretary named CLAS District 2 Secretary of the Year
DOTHAN, Ala. – The Council for Leaders in Alabama Schools (CLAS) recently awarded Dothan City School Central Office Secretary, Kimberly McNeally as the 2020 Secretary of the Year for District 2 in the state of Alabama. Mrs. McNeally is one of eight district winners from across the state of Alabama.
“Mrs. McNeally is known for her professional approach to assist Dothan City Schools to excel in every aspect of services for our families,” said Acting Superintendent Dr. Dennis Coe. “She goes above and beyond the basic responsibilities of her job for the betterment of Dothan City Schools and our students.”
McNeally serves as the Secretary for Dothan City School’s Curriculum Services and has been an integral part of the DCS for 14 years. McNeally oversees and organizes the workflow for everyone in the Curriculum Services area.
Dothan City Schools Curriculum Director Maria Johnson, who nominated McNeally said, “Through all of the changes Dothan City Schools have seen in the past few years, Mrs. McNeally has remained steadfast throughout all of it. She has an amazing way of staying calm, organized, and works far ahead of challenges before they become problems. In fact, she is the lead person so many in the district come to when they need assistance. She willingly gives of her time and expertise and will follow through to make sure the job gets done.”
CLAS Secretary of the Year recipients were recognized at the closing luncheon at the Secretaries Conference in Birmingham, Alabama on December 2, 2020.