Mr. Weir grew up in Indiana, earned his undergraduate degree from Indiana University, and began his teaching career in the Hoosier state, first at Howe Military Academy and then at Decatur Central High School in Indianapolis. He moved to Ohio in 1990 and taught at Mariemont Junior/Senior HS for five years. During that time, he earned a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership from Miami University in 1994 and entered school administration as a high school assistant principal and then middle school administrator in the Mason City Schools. In 1998, he started work in Clermont County, at Felicity-Franklin High School, where he served as high school principal and then superintendent. In 2005, he moved to Williamsburg and served as superintendent until July, 2012, before joining the Clermont County Educational Service Center in August, 2012. By his own account, Jeff came to Clermont County by chance, but he has stayed by choice. He holds strong convictions that Clermont County is a great place to live and to learn. He lives in Miami Township with his wife, Kelly, and four children, ages 10-22, along with four cats and a dog. On those rare occasions when he is not on Daddy Duty, Jeff enjoys reading, playing golf, and watching Reds baseball.