Accomplished Superintendent Romain Dallemand
About Romain Dallemand
A member of the Georgia Association of School Administrators and the Education Research and Development Institute, Romain Dallemand has amassed many professional achievements over the course of his career. Most recently, in his position as superintendent of schools with Bibb County Public Schools, Dallemand spearheaded the forward-thinking policy of making Mandarin a requisite language, and he did so at a relatively low cost to schools. Romain Dallemand's other improvements, designed to benefit students in the short and long terms, included making school days longer and instituting summer curriculum.
Prior to his position with the Macon, Georgia, school district, Romain Dallemand led Rochester Public Schools as superintendent of schools. In another leadership post, he served as principal of Hartford Transitional Learning Academy. He has won multiple accolades over the years, among them the Council for Exceptional Children Administrator of the Year Award, the Counselor of the Year Award, and the Blue Ribbon Award for Washington Elementary. Two other schools under his direction, Mayo High School and Century High School, earned U.S. News & World Report's Bronze and Silver designations, respectively.