Lindsey A. Hall, Ed.D.
After earning her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Colorado and a Master’s degree in Health Education at Western Illinois University, Lindsey Hall started her teaching career in the Danville District 118 in 1989 as a health and science teacher. While teaching at Danville High School, she earned her Master’s degree in Educational Administration. In 1994, she was hired as the assistant principal/athletic director at Mahomet-Seymour Junior High School, and in 1997 she was named principal of that building. Desiring a change to return to her high school roots, Dr. Hall was hired as principal of DeKalb High School in 2005, earned her doctorate from the University of Illinois in 2006, and became assistant superintendent of human resources in the DeKalb Schools in 2009.
In July of 2012, Dr. Hall started as the superintendent of the Morton Schools. She and her husband Jay, married for over 20 years, have four grown children. In her free time, Dr. Hall enjoys running, reading, fishing, being outdoors and spending time with her family.