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Hampton City Schools announces director of federal programs
During their regular meeting on September 7, 2022, the Hampton School Board appointed Dr. Daryle Rodgers as the director of federal programs. This position reports to the chief of elementary school leadership & compensatory programs and is responsible for providing leadership and oversight to ensure that state and federal grant funds related to supplemental instruction, instructional improvement, and professional development are utilized in the most effective way possible to provide assistance to eligible schools and students. The director position ensures program quality and compliance, specifically with Title I, Title II , Title III, and Title IV funding sources that are intended to supplement the core instructional programs of the school division.
Rodgers has 14 years of experience in education, with the past 10 years in Hampton City Schools. He has served as the HCS Out-of-School Time Coordinator which encompasses 21st Century Community Learning Centers, University Corner, and Summer STREAM. He began his career in Norfolk as a teacher, coach, and athletic director at a private school for four years, and then served as a community and recreation center supervisor for the city of Chesapeake for six years. Rodgers has also provided training for the Virginia Department of Education and currently is an adjunct professor at Regent University.
He received his bachelor’s degree in physical education from Old Dominion University and his master’s in organizational leadership from Fort Hays State University. Additionally, he has earned his Ed.D. in educational psychology from Regent University.