Southern Lee High School Principal Chris Dossenbach has been named Lee County Schools’ assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction.
The move was announced at a meeting of the Lee County Board of Education Tuesday night. The position he’s filling has been vacant for some time.
Dossenbach, a 2003 graduate of Lee County High School, has spent his entire career in education at Southern Lee, first as a student teacher and then as a full time English teacher beginning in 2006. He them became an assistant principal and was named school’s principal in the fall of 2013. He was named the district’s principal of the year in 2018.