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David Broskie was elected Superintendent of Schools on November 3, 2020. Mr. Broskie has had a long and distinguished 32-year career with Clay County District Schools. He began his career as a teacher and coach at Lakeside Junior High School before moving to Clay High School and taking on the role of assistant principal.

Mr. Broskie continued to progress in his career as he became Principal at Orange Park Junior High School, Middleburg High School, and then transitioned to Oakleaf High School leading each school to an "A" ranking recognized by the state of Florida.

In 2015, Mr. Broskie was selected to become the Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources. In his current role, Mr. Broskie has worked tirelessly, advocating for increased compensation and improved working conditions for the district's nearly 5,000 employees. His people-centric approach has made a true difference in the lives of many. He has a passion for teaching and learning, and providing world-class educational opportunities for the students of Clay County. He looks forward to continuing the successes that the district has enjoyed in recent years.

Equal Opportunity Employer

The School District of Clay County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, marital status, age, national origin or disability. Employment of personnel in Clay County is in compliance with Federal and State Laws regarding nondiscrimination and preference. Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Any person who believes he or she may need reasonable accommodations during the application, testing or interview process should notify the appropriate department or school office in advance.