Henry Sibley starts search for new principal

Ryan Redetzke

Principal Ryan Redetzke recently announced that he won’t be returning to Henry Sibley High School in Mendota Heights next year.

Redetzke submitted his resignation to the Ditrict 197 School Board, effective at the end of this school year, and made an announcement to parents and staff.

“It has been a pleasure to be part of the Henry Sibley community over the past year,” Redetzke said in a statement. “However, because of personal and professional reasons, I have chosen to step down and pursue another opportunity.”
Redetzke became the head principal of Henry Sibley High School just last year, in July 2013.

“We have enjoyed having Mr. Redetzke as part of Sibley this year,” Superintendent Nancy Allen-Mastro said in a statement. “We wish him the best as he moves forward in his career.”

The District will now begin the search for a new high school principal, with the goal of filling the position by the end of June. Last spring, Allen-Mastro gathered parent, student and staff input regarding the qualities and skills they desired in a principal. The search committee will again draw on this feedback when considering potential candidates to lead Henry Sibley.

Updates on the principal search will be posted to the high school’s website, www.sibley.isd197.org.

 

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