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I am currently an Assistant Principal at a Pre-K to 3rd grade building. My education career began with me teaching kindergarten part-time and then a developmental preschool part-time. I then taught 3rd grade for 3 years and then moved into a 5th grade position for 10 years. I have been at my position for 7 years (which is hard to believe!). I have two daughters (8 and 12) that keep me busy with sports and after school activities! I have been married to my husband for 17 years, and we currently live in McHenry. Since I have been an AP for 7 years I feel I am ready to pursue a Principal position, with that of course comes all sorts of questions. Looking forward to talking with you all!!
What is your present job title?
At what school level do you work?
Pre-school, Elementary School
Where do you work?
Other location in USA
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