Superintendent Shannon Dulaney announced during the ICSD Board Meeting on February 23, 2021, that she will be retiring at the end of the 2020-2021 school year, effective July 1, 2021.
Reading from her letter of retirement, Superintendent Dulaney expressed appreciation for the opportunity she has had to “teach and lead in this exemplary district located in this great community.” She is truly grateful for her 21-year journey here and for all with whom she has worked and teamed and associated. She closed her letter with, “I love this profession, but most especially I love the people who work within this profession.”
Quoting Michelle Lambert, ICSD School Board President, “Superintendent Dulaney is a visionary leader who has worked tirelessly over the last eight years to provide Iron County students with the best education possible. Her compassion and commitment have exemplified the district vision of ‘Creating a Better Tomorrow for ALL’ and have created new opportunities for learning and growth. As a board, we are united in expressing appreciation for her service and wishing her well in her future endeavors.”
All of us in the Iron County School District community are grateful for the opportunity to be on Superintendent Dulaney’s team. We truly appreciate her unwavering support, her dedicated service, her love of kids, and her tireless efforts to always do what’s best for them.