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Addie Klaehn was appointed a new Assistant Principal at Newark High School by the Newark. Board of Education August 3rd.
Klaehn, who for the last seven months has been the Coordinator of Regional Programming for the Wayne-Finger Lakes BOCES, is replacing Kari Hamelinck, who became the new Principal of Lincoln School July 1st.
At NHS, Klaehn will be joining the NHS administrative team of Principal Nick Ganster and Assistant Principal Chuck Loray beginning August 26th.
"I am thrilled to be joining this community of talented educators and learners. I'm eager to begin collaboration with colleagues and engaging with students, families, and the community at large,” Klaehn said.
“We are extremely excited to have Addie join our team at the high school. She is a student-centered educator with a wealth of experience at the high school level. We look forward to the positive impact that she will bring to our school community,” said Ganster.
“Addie will be valuable asset to the high school administrative team,” said Superintendent Susan Hasenauer. “Her previous experience and warm, caring personality make her a perfect fit to round out the team.” “
Prior to working at Wayne-Finger Lakes BOCES, Klaehn was Principal at Honeoye Secondary School in the Honeoye Central School District for 2 1⁄2 years. Before that she was their district-wide instructional coach for one year. Prior to that she taught English at Honeoye High School for 14 years. She taught one year before that at Kenmore West High School in Buffalo.
Klaehn earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Literary Studies and Secondary English Education at SUNY Oswego; her Master’s Degree in Curriculum Design and Instructional Technology at SUNY Albany and her Certificate of Advanced Study from SUNY Oswego.
She lives in Clifton Springs with husband Sam, who works for The Hartford Insurance and their two sons, Max, 15, and Nolan, 13.