National Assistant Principals Week 2021

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Posted On: Thursday, April 8, 2021

Did you know that April 5 - 9 was National Assistant Principals Week? Canon-McMillan School District thought it would be a great idea to give the community brief backgrounds on who the assistant principals in your district are.. Assistant Principals do so much for their schools and deserve to be acknowledged for all of their hard work! They’re all very passionate about education and many of them have been with Canon-McMillan School District starting at different roles, in different buildings, for many years. Even though this week is National Assistant Principals week, you can thank your assistant principals any time of year!  Learn more about them below!

Mrs. Froncsek

Mrs. Diana Fronczek

Assistant Principal

Canon-McMillan Senior High School

Mrs. Diana Fronczek joined the Canon-McMillan Senior High School administration team in July of 2019.  Her educational background includes receiving a Master’s degree in School Counseling and a school counseling certification PK-12 from Duquesne University, a Master’s degree in Administration and Supervision and a PK-12 principal certification as well as a Master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Saint Vincent College.  Before coming to Canon-McMillan, Mrs. Fronczek spent 9 years as a school counselor at the Connellsville Area School District and 3 years as an assistant principal with the Allegheny Intermediate Unit at their center schools as well as some time as an assistant principal at West Mifflin Area Middle School.  As Maya Angleou says. “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel” Mrs. Fronczek believes that as an educator her job is to make each and every student feel safe, valued, and supported as they work to reach their goals.


Mr. Orr

Mr. Thomas Orr

Assistant Principal

Canon-McMillan Senior High School

Mr. Orr has come from a long line of educational work experience. After graduating from Penn State University with a degree in Elementary Education he went straight into teaching at various schools in Florida for three years. He then taught in Virginia for four years and received a Master’s degree from George Mason University in Educational Leadership.  After receiving his Master’s he became a principal in the Bentworth Area School District.  Next, he moved to the West Allegheny School District for thirteen years. He joined the Canon-McMillan School District as the new High School assistant principal on March 16th, 2020.  When asked what the one thing he hopes the community remembers about him, he says that he is an advocate for all students having access to a great education.  


Dr. Stabler

Dr. Brooke Stebler

Assistant Principal

Canon-McMillan Senior High School

Canon-McMillan Senior High School is excited to welcome another new assistant principal to their staff this year, Dr. Brooke Stebler. Dr. Stebler’s educational and work background make her an impressive person for this job. Her education background includes receiving degrees in Elementary Education K-6, Reading Education, K-12, Principal Certificate PK-12, and she defended her doctoral dissertation in Language, Literacy, and Culture at the University of Pittsburgh this past summer in the Ed.D. Program.  Her prior work experience includes being a Reading Specialist in the Title I Reading Program at Baldwin-Whitehall School District for fifteen years. Dr. Stebler says that she is truly excited for the opportunity to support students and staff as an assistant principal in the district and believes that every child should have the opportunity to achieve their highest potential.


Mr. Schrag

Mr. Ken Schrag

Assistant Principal

Canonsburg Middle School

Mr. Ken Schrag serves as the assistant principal of Canonsburg Middle School, a position he has been in for the past fourteen years. 

Prior to his administrative role, Mr. Schrag was a science teacher at the Middle School for six years.  His educational background includes a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Westminster College with a minor in Secondary Education.  He received his Master’s of Education in Educational Administration from Westminster College as well. 

While he originally planned to be a High School Science teacher, he quickly learned that he was a “middle school person” and has been there ever since!

 





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