Wrong Dan Jeffers?

Last Updated 11/15/2012

General Information

Employment History

Principal  - Lemon Bay High School

Principal  - Murdock Middle School


Masters  - The University of Indiana

BS  - The University of Indiana

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Dan Jeffers Staff Profile | Lemon Bay High School

Dan Jeffers
Dan_Jeffers@ccps.k12.fl.us Principal Dan Jeffers is a very determined and respected principal here at Lemon Bay High School. He was born in Bloomington, Indiana however; he moved to Florida in 1972 and enjoys living here very much because of the lovely weather. Jeffers has two children, Jenifer and Jeremy, both of whom are Lemon Bay High School alumni. Jeffers attended The University of Indiana where he earned his BS and Masters. In college, he was a big fan of basketball, and played a little himself. After graduation, Jeffers quickly began a career in education. He has worked at Lemon Bay High School for 25 years. Before becoming the principal at Lemon Bay, he had many other positions, among them dean of students and assistant principal. He loves working at Lemon Bay because of the familiar faces, and also the new and interesting people he meets every year. He admits that aside from being the principal, he would have also liked to try college coaching. When not guiding the youth of Lemon Bay High School, Jeffers can be found playing golf, hunting and fishing. Jeffers also enjoys gardening. He believes it to be a very tranquil hobby. When he is not participating in outdoor activities, one can find him relaxing at home watching his favorite television show, The Unit. Jeffers is a very valued and cherished principal here at Lemon Bay, but in about four years, he hopes to retire after 30 years in education. Jeffers plans to spend his time with his hobbies, but also to travel around the world, seeing everything there is to see.

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