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February 10, 2014

Aylsworth selected as Pleasantville's new superintendent

Pleasantville — Congratulations to Dr. Tony Aylsworth for accepting the offer to become Pleasantville Community Schools' next Superintendent of Schools. 

Dr. Aylsworth is currently serving as the High School Principal in the Carlisle Community Schools. He has also served in administrative roles at Ankeny High School and Oskaloosa High School. While in the classroom, Dr. Aylsworth taught Spanish and coached at Waukee Middle School and High School. He also currently teaches as an adjunct professor for both Iowa State University and Viterbo University in the Educational Leadership department.

Dr. Aylsworth and is wife, Cari, have two small children, Hayden, age 2 and Jackson, 14 weeks old and are anxious to move into the Pleasantville district. A reception for Dr. and Mrs. Aylsworth will be held at a later date.

Look for more on Dr. Aylsworth in the Feb. 14 print edition.

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