My name is Andy Hill and I am in my first year serving as Superintendent of the Wadsworth City School District. I began my teaching career at Rosary Cathedral Elementary School in Toledo, teaching a variety of subjects to seventh and eighth grade students. After two years of teaching, I became Principal of Rosary Cathedral, serving in that capacity for three years. I then had the opportunity to become Principal of St. Francis de Sales High School in Toledo, a position I held for three years prior to moving back to northeast Ohio with my wife and children to be closer to our family. I was the Principal at Crestwood Middle School for three years. Most recently, I was Superintendent of the Waterloo Local School District for three years. I hold Bachelor of Science and Master of Education degrees from the University of Toledo and a Doctorate in Educational Leadership, Management and Policy from Seton Hall University in South Orange, NJ.
My wife Dawn, whom I met at the University of Toledo, is also a teacher. We have two young children, Livia and Ajay. We recently moved to Wadsworth and look forward to raising our children in this great community.
I am excited to have the opportunity to work with you and your children. I consider myself very fortunate to have the chance to be part of this community and I look forward to collaborating with you, our faculty/staff, students and Board of Education to make our schools the best they can be. Please feel free to contact me at 330-335-1301 or at wadc_ahill [at] wadsworthschools [dot] org if you would like to discuss our school district, either by phone or by setting up a meeting.
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