Lou S. Miller to serve on the Board of Directors at Apalachee Center, Inc.
The Governing Board of Directors of Apalachee Center, Inc., a leader in mental health care, has elected Lou S. Miller to serve on the Board of Directors at Apalachee Center, Inc. Superintendent Miller was elected at the Annual Board of Directors meeting held on June 20th, 2012. She will represent Madison County.
Lou S. Miller has been Madison County School Superintendent since November, 2004. Superintendent Miller earned a Bachelor’s degree from Florida State University, and a Master’s degree from Nova University. She is the recipient of the University of Florida’s Distinguished Educator Award, and North Florida Community College’s Outstanding Alumni Award. As a classroom teacher, Title I coordinator, resource teacher, assistant principal and principal, Superintendent Miller has been in education for 38 years.
Among other accomplishments, in 2001 she led the consolidation of five schools into one when Madison County Central was opened. In 2009, Madison County School District was selected to receive a Safe Schools-Healthy Students Initiative grant award (the only school district in Florida to receive the award). The grant project serves over 2,900 students in 9 schools.
She and her husband of 39 years live in Greenville. They have two daughters and two grandchildren.