Kristine Quallich is in her eighteenth year serving the Medina City School District. As Assistant Superintendent, Kristine oversees curriculum and instruction, gifted education, special education, instructional technology, professional development, teacher evaluation, EMIS, and registration. Kristine also assists the Superintendent with state mandated reporting, suspension appeals, and district policy. Prior to serving in this role, Kristine served as the Director of Pupil Services for seven years and as a school psychologist in the district for seven years. She was also a psychologist at an outpatient mental health clinic working with children, adolescents, and adults.
Kristine earned her bachelor’s degrees from The Ohio State University in psychology and family relations and human development. She holds a doctoral degree in school psychology from Kent State University and an educational specialist’s degree in K-12 Leadership from Kent State University. She holds a superintendent’s license and a school psychologist’s license and is a licensed psychologist in the State of Ohio.
Kristine and her husband, Patrick, live in Medina and have three children. She is an active volunteer in the community co-chairing the Living Well Medina County initiative, serving as Board President for Solutions Behavioral Healthcare and serving on many other community committees and boards including the Medina County Suicide Prevention Coalition, Family First Council, The Juvenile Detention Center Advisory Committee, University of Akron Medina County University Center Strategic Advisory Council, and the Medina County Juvenile Court Citizen Advisory Committee. She also currently serves as an adjunct instructor at Kent State University in the College of Education teaching courses in legal and ethical issues in education, educational leadership, special education leadership, and counseling.