Academic Distress Commission named Greg Ring interim Lorain Schools Chief
Executive Officer, December 11, 2019.
Mr. Ring comes to Lorain, having served as Superintendent of
the Educational Service Center of Lorain County from 2012 to August 2018, when
he retired. Additionally, he was Firelands Local Schools Superintendent between
2008 and 2012.
He has displayed a passion for serving in this role, stating: “I believe there have been some positive
accomplishments in the Lorain City Schools and I want to do everything I can to
assure the district continues to improve. This has been a challenging road for
everyone involved, and my hope is to work in a spirit of cooperation to move
the district toward its full potential in the interest of our students.”
The Lorain Academic Distress Commission was established by
the State Superintendent of Public Instruction in April of 2013, pursuant to
Section 3302.10 of the Ohio Revised Code. The goal of the commission is to
improve academic achievement of the Lorain City School District so that its graduates
are prepared to successfully enter a career, military or college pathway upon
graduation. Working together with students, teachers, staff and community
members in Lorain, Mr. Ring is now charged with leading the district in
continuing progress toward meeting this goal.