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Canal Winchester Selects Experienced Teacher for Assistant Principal Role

District’s choice for new High School Assistant Principal, Mr. Steven Cvetanovich, has taught at Canal Winchester Schools since 2010.

Science Teacher Mr. Steven Cvetanovich will be recommended to the board on May 16 for the position of Assistant Principal at Canal Winchester High School.
Canal Winchester Schools has selected an educator with over a decade’s experience in the district as the new Assistant Principal of Canal Winchester High School.

The Canal Winchester Local School District Board of Education approved the recommendation to hire Mr. Steven Cvetanovich as High School Assistant Principal at the board’s May 16 meeting. Mr. Cvetanovich has taught science at CWHS since 2010 and served as administrative intern at the school this year.

“Mr. Cvetanovich’s ability to foster positive relationships with students, staff, and families, along with his familiarity with Canal Winchester High School, set him apart during interviews with staff and students,” said Canal Winchester High School Principal Mrs. Amy Warren. “His enthusiasm for Canal Winchester and passion for teaching and learning will make him a great addition to the district’s leadership team.”

Mr. Cvetanovich holds a bachelor’s degree in Adolescence to Young Adult Education in Integrated Science from the University of Dayton and. master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Western Governors University. Chair of the Science Department, he has served on many committees and teams in the building, including the STEM Committee, SOAR Team, Online Content Team, and High School Renovation Team. He is also a Varsity Assistant Football Coach and Varsity Assistant Boy’s Track Coach at Canal Winchester High School.  
Mr. Cvetanovich will join the existing administrative team at CWHS of Principal Amy Warren, Assistant Principal Rodney Harris, and Assistant Principal Greg Lahr. Assistant principals provide instructional leadership and direct student and staff support, including discipline and graduation preparation. The addition of a third assistant principal position will allow the administrators to better meet the needs of students and staff and aligns to the number of students enrolled at the school.  

“I’m grateful for this opportunity to join the administration team in a community and school district I’m passionate about,” said Mr. Cvetanovich. “As a teacher, I’ve enjoyed building relationships with the staff, students, families, and residents, and I look forward to continuing to serve the community as an assistant principal.”

Posted Wednesday, May 4, 2022