Noblesville Schools has appointed Katherine Reed assistant principal at Hinkle Creek Elementary and Robert Williamson assistant principal at East Middle School.
Announced July 16, Reed was selected for the Hinkle Creek position from approximately 170 candidates and brings experience from former roles as assistant principal, professional learning coordinator, instructional coach, technology and curriculum integrator and elementary teacher. She has served in Warren Township Schools, Hamilton Southeastern Schools and Pike Township Schools and holds degrees from Butler University and Indiana Wesleyan University.
Williamson joins NEMS from his former role as teacher and chair of the mathematics department at Noblesville High School. Prior, he was a math teacher and department chair at Sheridan High School.
Williamson holds degrees from Purdue University, Olivet Nazarene University and Ball State University. He was selected from approximately 130 candidates who applied for the position.
“Both Rob and Katherine rose to the top in our competitive selection process thanks to their strong demonstration of student-centered learning, innovation and leadership skills, all of which are critical components of the high expectations we set for our leaders at Noblesville Schools,” said Dr. Steve Stephanoff, assistant superintendent of Human Resources. “Rob brings an especially impressive command of curriculum and instruction techniques and has a great ability to connect with kids. Katherine’s superb literacy and instructional coaching abilities, as well as her passion for elementary-age students, will be a wonderful fit at Hinkle. We’re excited to welcome them both to our administrative team.”
Williamson and Reed will fill vacancies that were created due to a retirement and a resignation of former assistant principals at their respective schools.