(Cleves, Oh.) - There will be a new principal on the job when the Three Rivers Educational Campus opens in Cleves later this year.
The school board has selected Craig Spite as the secondary principal starting August 1. Spite is currently the assistant principal at Taylor High School.
“Though Craig has been with the district for only a short time; he has demonstrated his educational leadership ability and has won the trust and respect of many,” Superintendent Rhonda Bohannon said in an announcement. “We look forward to working with Craig in his new position.”
Spite says he is looking forward to making a positive impact in the school and in the community.
The soon-to-be principal earned his bachelor degree in Secondary English from Thomas Moore College in Kentucky and his masters in Educational Leadership from Xavier University in Cincinnati. He spent seven years teaching English at Milford High School and is currently serving as the assistant principal at Taylor High School.
The K-12 Three Rivers Education campus will welcome students for the first time next September. The $63 million building is located on Cooper Avenue.
The high school wing will be called Taylor High School while the K-6 wing will be referred to as Three Rivers Elementary.