David Peltz recently submitted his resignation to the Greenville City School District as director of the Career Technical Education Center (CTC), director of curriculum for grades 9-12, federal programs, Greenville Virtual Academy, Adult Basic Literacy Education (ABLE) and the Darke County Workforce Center, all roles taken on in the last two years, he said.
“One of the most enjoyable aspects of my job was to work with Economic Development, and not only Marc Saluk, Lisa Wendel and Jon Heffner, but all of the local business, industry and educational partners within Partnering for Progress,” Peltz, a 1992 Greenville High School graduate, shared.
Following graduation from Greenville, Peltz attended Wittenburg University. He has been employed by Greenville City Schools for 17 years, he said. Peltz began his career as a teacher, he said, adding junior varsity girls basketball coach to his resume, then moving up to head girls basketball coach, teaching regular and advanced English. He was yearbook advisor, as well, he said. Then he moved into the administration, first as assistant principal and then principal at the junior high and South Middle School. Following that, he was the K-12 curriculum director for the district, before roles were shuffled upon personnel changes, he said.