Wauzeka-Steuben Superintendent

By: News Release
Sep 4th, 2019

The Wauzeka-Steuben School Board is pleased to announce that they have selected an interim superintendent, Mr. David Alexander, who will assume duties from current interim, Gary Albrecht.  Mr. Alexander's contract will be approved at the September 16th board meeting.  

Alexander holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Communications from UW Lacrosse, and a Master of Science Degree in Educational Leadership from Cardinal Stritch University.  Prior to his retirement in June of 2019, Alexander worked 24 years in the Yorkville, Wisconsin School District - 18 as superintendent.  
Alexander will be working approximately 15 days during a transition period from October 1st - December 31st and then assume all duties beginning January 1st, 2020.
Albrecht arrived in January of 2018.  Since that time, the district received two Wisconsin Safety grants, the food service program has been restructured, extensive maintenance work has been completed, a Fund 46 for future maintenance has been established, and economic development/planning has proceeded in the school district and community in preparation for a forthcoming referendum.  The tax rate and school staffing have remained stable.  All classroom teachers have been retained since the spring of 2018, and the district is postured for success.  
Albrecht believes that the district presents an extremely positive learning environment for students ,and that this is an appropriate time for a smooth leadership transition to continue positive progress.  Following the transition period, Albrecht will return to retirement in Madison.  He would like to thank the staff, the Board, students and community for their support of education in the community, and an enjoyable two years.