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Twelve-hour workdays. Forgotten lunch breaks. Community meet-and-greets. And a bogged-down schedule of back-to-back meetings with department he, school board members, principals and staff. And that's just his day job.

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When the schools' chief clocks out for the night, he he home to his family's Buckingham farm — an ongoing project of free-ranging chickens, pruning a hydroponic garden, mending fences and chugging through the pasture on his big red tractor. This is life for the district's top educator, who is an Army veteran, triathlete and an avid Tampa Bay Buccaneers fan with an interest in rocks.

And free time is a rare occurrence for the year-old since he was tapped to step into the district's top position, acting as superintendent of schools while members of the school board figured out how to go about replacing Nancy Graham.

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And Adkins, who was praised by the school board and staff for the stability he brought to the district, really didn't know how long he'd stay at the helm, or even if he would be considered for the permanent position. Humbled by the tryout, Adkins did what he's always done in life — buckle down and do what's best for the students.

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After all, it had been years since he last thought of vying for a superintendent's seat. Adkins enlisted in the Army inworking as a combat engineer. After a stint in the Ohio National Guard and getting his teaching degree from the University of Akron, he eyed graduate school.

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At the time, the field of geology was an interest. But before classes started, he and his father decided to take a two-week trip to Florida, where a teaching boom was happening. Adkins booked a series of interviews with districts around the state, four of which led to job offers, including one in Lee County.

The fall ofAdkins kicked off his teaching career at Pine Island Middle School, where he coached track, advised the yearbook staff and taught science, health and computer science. While the school no longer exists, his memory of being a first-year teacher lives on, saying those kids really taught him the ropes of the classroom.

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Adkins would move on to teach science at Gulf Middle School in Cape Coral, where he would rise to assistant principal in Burnside, who recalls Adkins' passion for working with kids, said the two grew close while taking graduate courses through the University of Central Florida. It was then that Burnside learned about Adkins' love of the NFL's Tampa Bay Bucs, his unwavering faith and the quick-witted sense of humor Adkins tends to save for close pals. He doesn't lie, he just spruces it up a little more," joked Burnside, who added: "He and I probably have a bunch of roast material on each other.

But what really stands out to Burnside is the respect Adkins has always had for his colleagues in the district.

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I made the choice to be a school-based person, and sometimes people don't get that. But he respects that," Burnside said. This quality served Adkins well when he transitioned to the district's administrative office in He started off as the director of employee relations and contract management, a job that allowed him to transition into the chief human resources officer.

He then became the executive director of East Zone operations, most recently serving as the the assistant superintendent of operations. Inhe started to flirt with the idea of moving out of Southwest Florida to pursue a superintendent's position.

That job search led him to the finalists' bench for a few districts, including the Hernando and Indian River school districts. But uprooting his family and leaving a place he loved weighed heavily on Adkins. He prayed on it, and by decided to say goodbye to that dream.

Adkins first caught the farming bug when he was 8 years old. His parents bought 30 acres in a small town in Southeast Ohio, building their home on a property that was surrounded by cattle farms and woods. He learned to grow veggies, like corn and tomatoes, but missed the look of a "classic farm" with livestock, horses and cattle.

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When daughter Shanna developed an interest in cattle, setting out to study biology at Florida Gulf Coast University, the Adkins family decided to give her the ultimate real-world experience by buying land in Buckingham in In three years, the family developed the land with sustainability in mind, digging out a pond and growing the likes of okra, lettuce, tomatoes and spices in raised gardens and a hydroponic system. Now, they are testing out strawberries and plan to create a fruit orchard around the pond, where orange and lime trees will grow.

As for animals, they have that, too. The Adkins' farm is home to free-range turkeys and chickens — some for meat, others that lay eggs. The menagerie also includes pigs, four goats and two cows — Courtney and Annabelle — and the two heifers they recently birthed. Since Adkins agreed to a three-year contact with the district, much of the workload has fallen to wife Teresa, who has gone down to part-time status at her job with Lee Memorial Health System.

Help is also provided during the week by her father, year-old Merl Sexton. While the weekdays have been adjusted so Adkins can make his rounds as superintendent, his weekends belong to the farm. And that surprises a lot of people, Teresa said. This is what he has always wanted to do.

You can step back and admire what we were able to do," he said. And it's definitely a good team. That aspect of team work is a recurring theme in his life — from philanthropic work with the East Fort Myers Rotary Club to his athletic endeavors as a triathlete, something he has scaled back on considerably since taking on the new job. It's not about the individual; it's about the team. Together, we can accomplish so much more than you can with just one person. This mindset is a huge factor for why he was handed the district's top job. The superintendent seat was left open by Nancy Graham, who reed after two years amid high tensions with a board that put her under investigation twice in one year and openly criticized her communication skills.

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During his first four weeks, Adkins relied on the support of his family, co-workers and faith, particularly the words of Psalmwhich begins: "I lift up my eyes to the mountains — where does my help come from? My help comes from the Lord, the Maker of heaven and earth. On the evening of Oct. Validated and humbled by the vote, Adkins said, "How could I have ever predicted this kind of pathway to get to this job?

God has a plan, and this is part of his plan. It's not a with of Greg's plan. That's just what I believe. The manner in which Adkins was given the job didn't sit well with many in the community, with public feedback indicating that all-important vote could have waited until board chairwoman Cathleen Morgan returned from her African vacation. But the person put in charge of the district attracted very little of the hate — in fact, Flirting is lauded for the changes he's put in place so far.

He minimized tensions around the district and put together an incentive plan to attract more substitute bus drivers to the district. Now, he's working on adjusting the teacher career ladder for the district, a plan that will financially reward great teachers for staying in the classroom instead of moving to an office downtown. Part of this plan requires recruiting, hiring and retaining the best teachers and principals, and putting them to work in the schools that need the most help. Creative ideas that put students first is what the district needs — and what Adkins does best, said Jerry Demming, the principal at Riverdale High School.

He really tries to see what he can do that's best for people," he said. But that's not a big concern of Adkins, who stated in the last school board meeting, "I'm not paid to be popular, I'm paid to make recommendations to this board that I'm comfortable Fort making. When the critics come out, as they are sure to do, Adkins will take a breather and go back to a method he employed as a school principal. This, Adkins added, "changes the workers perspective. It takes a bad day and turns it into a good day. What do you listen to on your drive to the office?

What team colors are you wearing, and who do you cheer for? I'm a long-suffering Tampa Bay Buccaneers fan. I was a fan when the team color was orange, but am much happier with wearing red! What are some of the bands and songs featured in your favorite playlist? I'm very eclectic in my musical taste.

I mostly like blues, rock and country. Bands and songs on Myers playlist change very frequently. What was your first concert, and how old were you?

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