Frederick County Public Schools has promoted Dr. Jamie Aliveto to lead the newly formed System Administration and School Accountability Department (SASA), and Margaret (Meg) Lee to lead the new Organizational Development Department.
Jamie Aliveto is executive director of SASA, a new department that combines the school system’s former School Administration and Leadership Department (headed by retiring Executive Director Tracey Lucas) and the System Accountability and School Improvement Department, which Dr. Aliveto directed. In 2018, Aliveto completed her Doctorate in Educational Leadership at Shippensburg University. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in elementary education in 1995 and Master of Science degree in special education in 1997, both at West Virginia University. She first came to FCPS in 1997 to teach special education at Windsor Knolls Middle. She transferred to Gov. Thomas Johnson Middle and was later promoted to assistant principal of Brunswick Middle. In 2010, she was promoted to principal of Walkersville Middle. In 2013, she became Student Achievement supervisor, and was promoted in 2015 to System Accountability and School Improvement director.
Margaret (Meg) Lee is director of the new Organizational Development Department, created to further the FCPS commitment to support employees’ professional growth. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in English in 1996 at Hood College and her Master’s in Education, Educational Administration and Supervision in 2001 at Frostburg State University. Lee began her career with FCPS in 1996, teaching language arts. In 2005, she became a teacher specialist for professional development and was promoted to assistant principal of Thurmont Middle in 2008. In 2010, she became Advanced Academics supervisor.