PAEC Board of Directors Announces Executive Director
John Selover has a long history in the education arena. With a B.A. and M.Ed. from the University of Florida, he has worked as a history teacher, a school principal (K-12), and a rural school superintendent. He also holds certification as a school administrator in New York and Florida.
John stated, “I am excited to join the PAEC team who works every day assisting our rural school districts in achieving high-performing status.”
The Panhandle Area Educational Consortium, known as PAEC for over 48 years, is a regional educational service organization owned by its member school districts and recognized in Florida Statute 1001.451.
Located in Chipley, Florida, PAEC was created in 1967 and is Florida’s first regional educational service agency established as a nonprofit, non-regulatory organization to provide cooperative educational services to small, rural school districts. PAEC’s member districts include Calhoun, Franklin, Gadsden, Gulf, Holmes, Jackson, Jefferson, Liberty, Madison, Taylor, Wakulla, Walton and Washington school districts and FAMU DRS. Its mission is to strengthen member and participating school districts’ abilities to meet their goals and objectives through communication, cooperation, support and advocacy.