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McNicholas launches Principal’s search for 2023-24

McNicholas launches Principal’s search for 2023-24

Dr. Denver Stanfield, President of McNicholas High School, is spearheading a task force to find a qualified, enthusiastic, and experienced candidate to serve as our next Principal. 

Mr. David Mueller, current Principal, announced his intent to retire from full time employment at the end of the 2022-23 academic year. Mr. Mueller said, “A while ago, I discerned that the end of this school year is the right time for me to step away from fulltime employment. With Dr. Stanfield in place as President, wonderful students and teachers, and rising enrollment, McNicholas has strong momentum, so it feels like good timing for both me personally and for the school.”

Dr. Stanfield is confident that the task force will find an excellent candidate. “This is a very attractive opportunity for a qualified candidate to join a school that is growing and flourishing. We are excited for the direction our school is heading, and while we will miss Mr. Mueller’s leadership, we look forward to welcoming an enthusiastic and experienced candidate who is committed to serving our school and embracing our mission.”

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