Lee County School Boards Appoints Brian Dean

In their latest Press Release, the Lee County School Board appointed Brian Dean as Division Superintendent during its regular meeting and work session. Dean has served as the Interim Superintendent since January 15th.
“Mr. Dean has been an asset to LCPS for many years and his dedication to Lee County has been proven. I’m confident we can move forward-getting back in the full swing of things, putting our students first!” stated Mike Kidwell, Board Chairman and District I representative.
Dean has many years of experience in education in Virginia, including serving as Lee County’s Assistant Superintendent of Schools for the past three years. He has previously served in many roles including Director of Finance, Director of Instruction, Director of Human Resources, Division Director of Testing, Principal of St. Charles Elementary School, and teacher of History and Sociology and Assistant Volleyball Coach at Lee High School. Dean has spent his entire career in K-12 education serving Lee County for twenty-three years.
He received his Bachelor of Science Degree in History from East Tennessee State University in 1997, his Master’s Degree in Education from Lincoln Memorial University in 2005, and his Education Specialist (EdS) degree from Lincoln Memorial University in 2007. He is a Lee County native and alumni, graduating from Lee High School in 1992.
He is excited to lead the division he has served for many years, “I am very humbled and grateful to be given the opportunity to serve Lee County Public Schools as Division Superintendent. It is a privilege to work with both students and staff who have shown just how resilient and earnest they are in their educational pursuits,” said Dean. Brian and his wife Tina live with their family on a farm in Jonesville, Va.

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