Caroline County School Board Begins Negotiations for New Superintendent

The Caroline County Public School Board voted unanimously at its regularly scheduled meeting on October 8, 2018, to move into contract negotiations with Sarah B. Calveric, Ph.D. to become the next Superintendent of Caroline County Public Schools. Dr. Calveric has served as the Assistant Superintendent of Instruction for CCPS since 2016. The appointment is contingent on contract negotiations. George Spaulding, School Board Chairperson stated, “The Board had 5 excellent candidates, but selected Dr. Calveric due to her ability to keep the momentum moving forward for CCPS.”
Dr. Calveric began her career in Hanover County Public Schools in 1997, where she served as a special and general education teacher at the elementary and middle school levels. In 2002, she began her 11-year career as an elementary assistant principal and principal. In 2013, Dr. Calveric was named Director of Human Resources for Spotsylvania County Public Schools, where she worked collaboratively with colleagues and stakeholders to oversee leadership development, mentoring, recruiting and retention, feedback and evaluation, human relations, employee wellness, and numerous interdepartmental projects. As Assistant Superintendent of Instruction, Dr. Calveric has been instrumental in the development of Caroline’s five-year strategic plan, Pathways 2022, the crafting of the CCPS K-12 Profile of a Graduate, recruiting and retention efforts, leadership development, and numerous instructional initiatives such as increased school accreditation, the 1:1 Chromebook initiative, professional development, program analysis and development, and resource acquisition and allocation. Dr. Calveric also serves as an adjunct associate professor at University of Richmond, where she teaches Data for Decision Making to aspiring educational leaders. Additionally, she is a member of the VASCD Board of Directors as the Region III representative.
Dr. Calveric holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary and Special Education from the State University of New York at Geneseo, a Master’s Degree in Administration and Supervision from Virginia Commonwealth University, and a Doctorate in Educational Leadership from Virginia Commonwealth University.

Dr. Sarah Calveric
Dr. Sarah Calveric