DR. JEFFREY HARTMANN
Dr. Hartmann is an education scholar/practitioner and Principal of Stow-Munroe Falls High School. He is a proven educational leader and challenges teachers to think deeply about their practice, reflect on the nature of education in today's world, and how to infuse best practices into daily, high-quality, learning experiences that students deserve.
As an educational leader at the secondary and post-secondary levels, Dr. Hartmann's career in education spans cultural, geographic, and socioeconomic experiences. He has worked with nationally recognized secondary and post-secondary schools in Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Ohio. As a scholar, Dr. Hartmann engages in critical analysis of educational systems and policies. His research interests focus on the application of Strategy-as-Practice in education, collective bargaining, organizational coherence, strategic management, and associated areas. As a practitioner, Dr. Hartmann has worked with the leadership and change models from the Harvard Business School, the Instructional Rounds and Datawise models from the Harvard Graduate School of Education as well as conceptual frameworks from Resilient Leadership and John Hattie's Visible Learning.
Dr. Hartmann received his bachelor's degree in secondary education from Slippery Rock University and his master's degree and a doctorate in education leadership from the University of Pittsburgh. He served 25 years as a member of the U.S. Air Force Auxiliary/Civil Air Patrol.
Connect with Dr. Hartmann on Twitter @dr_jhartmann
MRS. EVELYN HAUGHT
Mrs. Evelyn Haught is an assistant principal at Stow-Munroe Falls High School. As an educational leader, she aims to support students in all facets of their educational lives. Mrs. Haught prides herself on her ability to build rapport with students and use that to help them reach academic success. As a lifelong learner, her focus is on educational leadership, special education, and curriculum development.
Mrs. Haught started her education career at Stow-Munroe Falls High School where she was an Intervention Specialist. She then moved into the interim assistant principal position at Lakeview Intermediate School. After Lakeview, Mrs. Haught was appointed as the assistant principal at Bolich Middle School in Cuyahoga Falls. Most recently, Mrs. Haught returned to the Stow-Munroe Falls High School family as their assistant principal.
Mrs. Haught earned a Bachelor of Science in Education from Kent State University with certification as a K-12 intervention specialist. She received a Master of Arts in Educational Leadership from the University of Akron with certification as a school principal.
Connect with Mrs. Haught on Twitter @Evelyn_Haught
MR. MARK TREEN
Mr. Treen is an educator who serves as an assistant principal at Stow-Munroe Falls High School. He graduated from Kent State University in 2006 with a Bachelor of Science in Education with a concentration in Physics. After graduation, he secured a job at SMFHS where he taught conceptual physics, engineering physics, and Advanced Placement Physics.
He chose to pursue educational administration at Cleveland State University and was attracted to the program because of the interdisciplinary course of study which pulled from programs not only outside of the College of Education but in the Colleges of Business and Urban Affairs. In 2011, Mr. Treen secured his Masters of Education with a specialization in Organizational Leadership. As an administrator, he strives to provide an educational experience centered on what is best for all students. Under his leadership, SMFHS has seen significant expansion in programs such as Career-Based Intervention, Advanced Placement, Google Apps for Education, and mobile technology.
Connect with Mr. Treen on Twitter @marktreen
MRS. AMANDA MURRAY
Mrs. Amanda Murray is an Assistant Principal at Stow-Munroe Falls High School. Mrs. Murray has a passion for secondary education and helping all students find success. She has a focus on educational leadership, specifically in the areas of curriculum and instruction, assessment, and building a strong school culture. Mrs. Murray strives to be a champion for all students and staff!
Mrs. Murray is proud of her Stow roots. She started her educational career in Stow as a student teacher, and then was hired as a math teacher at SMFHS the following semester. Most of her teaching career was focused on co-teaching within an inclusion setting where she gained experience working with students of all levels. Mrs. Murray earned both her undergraduate degree in education and master's degree
in educational administration from the University of Akron.
Connect with Mrs. Murray on Twitter @StowAPMurray