Eric Goslee Appointed Director of Food Service, David Miles Appointed Secondary Assistant Principal
Superintendent of Schools Dr. John Fredericksen and the Wicomico County Board of Education are pleased to announce the appointment of Eric Goslee as Director of Food Services effective July 1, and David Miles as secondary assistant principal effective June 24.
The Board approved the appointments at the June 24 special meeting. Goslee has been serving as the Supervisor of Food Services, and will become the Director of Food Services on July 1. Miles, Dean of Students at Bennett Middle School for the 2013-2014 school year, is an assistant principal for Wicomico High School effective June 24.
Goslee earned a bachelor’s degree in Hotel and Restaurant Management from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore in 1989. He has been the Supervisor of Food Services for the past four years. He had previously worked at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore as the Assistant General Manager of the Richard A. Henson Center and the Assistant Director of Dining Services for a total of five years. He had also worked as the Assistant Director of Food and Nutrition at Morrison Management Specialist/Peninsula Regional Medical Center for three years.
Miles, appointed as Wicomico High School’s newest assistant principal, earned his bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Bowie State University and a Masters of Divinity from Virginia Union University. He began his teaching career in Wicomico County Public Schools as the social studies teacher at Choices Alternative Learning Program, where he then transitioned to the role of dean of students. He was the Dean of Students at Bennett Middle last school year.
Miles currently holds a valid Maryland Teaching Certificate in the areas of Elementary School Education Grades 1 through 6 and Middle School, and Administrator I endorsement. He has a passion for helping young people learn and be the best they can be. His volunteer work with various organizations in the community serves as a connection and bridge builder for many families with our schools. He serves the community as pastor of St. Mary’s Missionary Baptist Church in Princess Anne.