“I feel like you saved the system,” a Mobile County school commissioner told Superintendent Chresal Threadgill on Thursday. “I think the Lord sent you here, I really do.” Reginald Crenshaw’s words may have been the strongest spoken in favor of Threadgill on Thursday, as the school board evaluated his performance in his first year as head of the Mobile County Public School System, but not by much. The five-man board voted to endorse Threadgill’s self-evaluation report as its own finding, with just a few quibbles. Threadgill had given himself a five (excellent) rating in most categories, dipping to four (good) in a few. The quibbles from commissioners were mostly that the fours should have been fives as well. “Mr. Threadgill, I gave you all fives,” said District 2 Commissioner Don Stringfellow of his own evaluation. “The areas you gave yourself fours in, I’ve seen evidence that you have addressed those things.” Stringfellow’s remarks echoed that of several other commissioners. “I would like to add this to the record, that when it’s holistically scored, each of those sections, all of those [sections where Threadgill gave himself a four] would all be classified as a five,” Stringfellow said before the board’s vote…. Read full this story
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