Miami Herald | by Adrianne Richardson | November 12, 2020
Palmer Trinity School’s Head of School, Patrick Roberts, was recently elected president of the Florida Council of Independent Schools’ (FCIS) board of directors. His two-year term begins in June 2021.
Roberts has served on the board of FCIS since 2017. With more than 26 years of educational leadership and administrative experience, Roberts will work closely with board members and the leadership team to carry out the council’s mission to increase the quality of independent private school education in Florida.
“FCIS congratulates Patrick Roberts on his election as the incoming president of the FCIS board of directors,” said Barbara Hodges, executive director of FCIS. “Patrick has proven himself to be a strong, steady leader who inspires others to follow through his modeling of collaboration and inclusivity.”