Todd Lile, Superintendent

Todd Lile is the current Superintendent for Madera Unified School District. Lile is a Madera native who attended both John Adams and Howard Elementary School and matriculated to Thomas Jefferson Middle School. At Madera High School, he was involved in athletics and student government. While attending Fresno State, he served as a special education paraprofessional for more than four years in Madera Unified. He served as a teacher for 13 years before earning his MA in educational leadership from the College of New Jersey. As an educator for 25 years, he has demonstrated a love of teaching and learning. After the birth of their first of three sons, he and his wife returned to California from teaching overseas where he eventually served as a vice principal and principal at Madera South High School. In 2015, he assumed the role of Chief Academic Officer for Secondary in Madera Unified before becoming Superintendent.