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Dr. Tremayne Clardy

Superintendent Tremayne Clardy

The Verona Area School District Board of Education selected Dr. Tremayne Clardy as the Superintendent of Schools for the Verona Area School District (VASD) in January 2021. Dr. Clardy came to VASD with 22 years of experience in K-12 education. Leading up to his previous role overseeing the operation of 32 elementary schools in the Madison Metropolitan School District, he served at varying levels of school administration and teaching. Dr. Clardy holds a Doctorate in Education and a Master of Arts from Aurora University as well as a Master of Science and Bachelor of Science in Education from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.

You may view Dr. Clardy's Leadership Profile here.

The Verona Area School District's administrative rules are organized in alignment with the Board of Education's Operational Expectation Policies.  All Operational Expectations policies and all supporting administrative rules are in service to the Global Operational Expectation (OE-1). Administrative rules may not have a one-to-one alignment with the Operational Expectation and have been placed under the OE policy with the greatest alignment.

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We understand that every student learns differently, and we are dedicated to providing a range of programs and services that meet the needs of all our students.  In addition to our commitment to academic excellence, we recognize that diversity, equity, and inclusion are critical components of a thriving school district. We will work to create a learning environment where every student, from every background and circumstance, feels understood, valued, and supported. The Verona Area School District provides a world class education grounded in equity.

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VASD Podcast: In the Loop with the Sup

Superintendent Advisory Councils

The Superintendent has three advisory councils: student, staff, and family. The goal of the Advisory Councils is to provide a platform for VASD students, staff, and parents to share their insights, concerns, and ideas to enhance the VASD community.

With these groups, the Superintendent intentionally seeks representation of our entire district community to ensure that all perspectives are heard and valued. These groups meet monthly and cover topics ranging from the “education of the future”, course offerings, communication strategies, and what brings joy to educators in their careers.

Superintendent's Staff Advisory Interest Form