Kevin Warren has been named principal at Mohonasen High School.
Warren was appointed by the Board of Education June 12 and will replace Lisa Patierne, who will leave the district at the end of June.
“Mr. Warren has demonstrated commitment, loyalty and a great passion for our students and our district, and we know that his strengths are a very good match for our needs,” said Mohonasen Superintendent of Schools Dr. Kathleen A. Spring.
Warren came to Mohonasen as a high school assistant principal last summer from Scotia-Glenville School District, where he served as a special education teacher and high school administrative designee.
“I am excited for the opportunity to continue on the success of Mohonasen High School and to work in a school community that I quickly grew to love,” said Warren. “As an assistant principal, I have been able to witness Mohonasen’s deeply rooted traditions and understand the meaning behind these traditions.”
Warren noted Mohonasen’s reputation as a strong, committed community.
“We have a diverse population of students with many varying strengths and needs. Our teachers work hard to meet students at their individual learning levels, while holding them accountable to higher standards,” he said. “Working together with students, parents, faculty and the community, we will continue to build a strong learning community, striving for excellence in education.”