Adrina Million named Supervisor of Special Education.

Ascension Public Schools announces the appointments of four new school leaders, among them is Adrina Million as the new Supervisor of Special Education.

“It is always exciting to introduce outstanding appointments for our school system,” said Superintendent David Alexander. “Thank you for having the courage to take on new responsibilities and continue making this an excellent place for children to go to school.”

A native of Convent, Million is a 24-year veteran educator. She began her career as a third-grade teacher at Central Elementary School in Ascension Parish. After serving as a classroom teacher for 12 years, she became a special needs counselor, supporting students throughout the district from the primary to high school levels.

After more than eight years as a special needs counselor, Million served as a pupil appraisal social worker for the district and a special needs coordinator at LeBlanc Special Services supporting several schools. In her most recent position, Million served as assistant principal of Donaldsonville Primary School.

Million earned a bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Dillard University, a master’s degree in social work from Louisiana State University, and a master’s degree in educational leadership from Southeastern Louisiana University. In addition, she earned a doctoral degree in educational leadership from Southeastern.

“I have to thank God for this opportunity,” said Million. “I recognize that it’s a privilege to serve the students in our district, and my job is to be committed to ensuring that all of our students, including our students with special needs, have access to a high-quality education.”

She was married to the late Frederick Million, Sr., and they have one son, Frederick Jr.