Dr. Theodore Caleris is a graduate of Cleveland State University where he majored in Biology and obtained his comprehensive teaching license. His Master's degree is in Educational Administration and he completed his post-graduate Educational Leadership licensure program from Cleveland State University. Dr. Caleris earned his Ph.D. in Urban Education in 2014 studying the impact of Positive Behavioral Supports on urban certified teachers from Cleveland State University. Overall, Dr. Caleris has 22 years of experience as an educator; 12 of which are as a building administrator. He began his teaching career as a science teacher and athletic coach in the Elyria and Brooklyn City School Districts. His previous administrative experience in the Brooklyn, Cuyahoga Heights and Sandusky City School Districts includes: Athletic Director, Assistant Principal and Principal and Assistant Superintendent. Currently, Dr. Caleris is currently Superintendent for the Brooklyn City School District. Dr. Caleris has been married to his wife (Shelly) for 19 years; they have two children, age 16 (Samantha) and age 15 (Zachary).
Doctor of Philosophy in Urban Education, Urban Education: Administration
Master of Education, Educational Administration
Bachelor of Science, Biology