Hill-Murray School, NLA and Footprints Academy announce new administrative hiresHill-Murray School has appointed a new principal.
By: Amber Kispert-Smith, Woodbury Bulletin
Hill Murray School hires new principal
Hill-Murray School has appointed a new principal.
David Meyer will be replacing longtime principal Susan Paul, who was recently appointed Hill-Murray School president.
Meyer's appointment will take effect July 1.
Prior to coming to Hill-Murray, Meyer has worked at Greeley Central High School in Colorado, Faithful Shepherd Catholic School in Eagan and Nativity of Mary School in Bloomington
"Mr. Meyer’s addition to our leadership team is the latest in a series of positive changes for Hill-Murray,’’ said Paul in a press release. “With our team now in place we are excited to take Hill-Murray to the next level of excellence in Catholic education."
Hill-Murray, located in Maplewood, enrolls a large segment of Woodbury students.
New Life Academy announces new head of school
New Life Academy announced the selection Monday of its new head of school.
Cade Lambert, of Iowa, has been announced as the new head of school.
Lamber will arrive in mid July to serve in the executive role.
Lambert’s appointment resulted from a national search process. According to a press release, NLA was looking for a head of school who would be a strong visionary leader with skill in operating a large private school.
Lambert said she is eager to be a part of the academy, and proud to join a school with a long, history, according to a press release.
Lambert has an undergraduate bachelor of science in elementary education and biblical studies degree from Northwestern College in Roseville. He also possesses a master’s in educational administration from Iowa State University.
Footprints Academy hires new principal
Footprints Academy on Monday named Darlah Krug as the school’s new principal.
Krug has worked as the third grade teacher at Footprints for the past several years. Her familiarity with the school and its philosophies in rigorous academics, individualized education, and commitment to small class sizes make her an excellent fit for this position, school founder Nicole Robbins said in a press release.
“I am happy to announce, that with Darlah in this leadership position, we’ll have an amazing team filled with strength, passion, excitement and energy as we charge into the new school year,” Robbins said in the release.