This is my ninth year at Central City Public Schools. I would like to thank everyone for the opportunity to be a part of this community and school district. Providing a quality education to students takes a lot of hard work and dedication from students, parents, staff, administration, and community and providing a quality education should never be taken for granted. Students are the reason why school districts exist and as we prepare for the upcoming school year, we must make a commitment to making all decisions with students in mind.
After graduating from the University of South Dakota in May of 2000, I was hired by the Creighton Community Schools and I have been blessed to work with the students and community of Creighton, for fifteen years. I began my career at Creighton, as a Social Studies Teacher, became the High School Principal in March of 2005, and moved into the role of Superintendent beginning with the 2012-2013 School Year. In addition to my administrative duties, I was the Head Football Coach for the fifteen years while at Creighton.
My wife, Amber, and I have three boys (Kale, Blake, and Quinn). Our oldest son, Kale, is a graduate of Central City High School and a redshirt Freshman at North Dakota State University where he plays baseball and is an Exercise Science Major. Blake is a Senior and Quinn is an 8th grader. Amber works at the Merrick Foundation in Central City. I am an avid sports fan and played running back at the University of South Dakota. In my spare time, I enjoy having the opportunity to spend time with family, working out by running or lifting weights, and following the St. Louis Cardinals and Nebraska Cornhuskers.
Ft. Calhoun High School 1995 (HS Diploma)
University Of South Dakota 2000 (Bachelor of Science in History Education)
Wayne State College 2005 (7-12 School Administration)
Wayne State College 2011 (Education Specialist)