New principals named at three LPS middle schools
Lincoln Public Schools Tuesday proudly announced three new middle school principals.
“We welcome three new principals who will serve at Schoo, Park and Scott middle schools,” said Jane Stavem, associate superintendent for Instruction at Lincoln Public Schools. “These leaders know the importance of strong middle schools as part of the transitional years between elementary and high school and are eager to assume their new roles.”
Principal, Schoo Middle School
Cooper will serve as the new principal at Schoo Middle School. He is currently principal at Torrington High School in Torrington, WY. Cooper worked previously for Avenue Scholars in Omaha and was a teacher at Omaha Northwest High School. He earned his Bachelor's degree from Montana State University and his Master's degree from Doane University.
Principal, Park Middle School
Everts will serve as the new principal at Park Middle School. She is currently associate principal at Goodrich Middle School, and prior to her role as associate principal she was instructional coordinator at Goodrich and a teacher at Lefler Middle School. Everts earned her Bachelor's degree from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and her Master's degree from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Principal, Scott Middle School
Pedroza will serve as the new principal at Scott Middle School. He is currently associate principal at Lincoln Southwest High School, and has previously served as instructional coach at Schoo and teacher at Southwest. Pedroza earned his Bachelor's degree from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and his Master’s degree from Doane University.
Congratulations to our new principals!
Published: April 17, 2018, Updated: April 17, 2018