Jackson Public Schools
Mr. Daniel Evans was named Superintendent of Jackson Public Schools in June of 1999. Previous to this position, he served as principal at the Middle School at Parkside for five years.
Mr. Evans brings a wealth of experience to his post. His service to children has included being a special education teacher, principal, coach, alternative principal and founder of a special needs day camp. Highlights include being chosen as a member of Lt. Governor Dick Posthumus’ educational advisory committee, meeting both Colin Powell and Condoleezza Rice, attending a presentation by the Black History Tour Group at the White House, serving as President of the Jackson County Superintendent’s Association, President Elect of Middle Cities (a group representing the states 30 largest school districts), panel member at the Michigan State University Education Leadership Symposium and guest speaker at the Centers for Disease Control.
In addition to being a dedicated employee of Jackson Public Schools, Mr. Evans is very active in the community. He serves on many committees and is very active in his church. He and his wife, Cherie, have three children and eight grandchildren.