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Pyle & Wilson receive promotions

Pyle and Wilson accept promotions on District leadership team

 

The Carl Junction Board of Education approved the promotions of Dr. David Pyle to Assistant Superintendent of Operations and Mrs. Theresa Wilson to High School Principal at their meeting held on January 28.

 

Prompted by the resignation of current Assistant Superintendent Dr. Gary Reed effective June 30, Pyle and Wilson will officially begin their new jobs on July 1.

 

Assistant Superintendent for Operations

 

Dr. Pyle has served as the Carl Junction High School Principal since 2010. He has been on the CJHS staff since 2002 as a science teacher and assistant principal.

 

“Serving as principal of Carl Junction High School has been an honor and a privilege,” said Pyle. “It has allowed me the opportunity to interact with outstanding students and educators each day. It has been a blessing to work in an environment where all members of the school community cooperate to support the learning of our students.”

“I look forward to working in a new capacity to support teaching and learning in the Carl Junction School District. The daily operations of food service, maintenance, transportation, and other support services are essential in implementing our instructional and extra-curricular programs. My existing relationships with other school leaders, teachers, and support staff will benefit me in this transition,” continued Pyle.

Carl Junction High School Principal

 

Mrs. Wilson first came to Carl Junction High School in 2004 as a science teacher – teaching Physical Science, Biology, Human Anatomy and Physiology, and Chemistry. In 2011, she was named as an assistant principal.

 

“I’ve been fortunate to work with an exceptional team of teachers and administrators, and with an incredible group of students. Every day for the past eight years, I’ve recognized my good fortune to work with such a high caliber of staff, students, and families; Carl Junction is a tremendous community of learning,” said Wilson.

 

“I’m grateful for my first 15 years in Carl Junction and I’m excited for the opportunity to serve our community in a new way,” continued Wilson. “I look forward to our working together to continue Carl Junction High School’s tradition of excellence.”