Mich., Aug. 14, 2015—North
Saginaw Charter Academy will have a new principal for the 2015-2016 school
year. The school Board appointed Sarah Simpson as the principal.
serving as interim principal in January when the former principal stepped down.
She brings 19
years of educational experience to the role with experience in leadership and
in the classroom. Before becoming interim principal, Simpson was a special
education and 3-5 dean at North Saginaw Charter Academy. She also taught for
several years in elementary and middle schools in three states.
“We have such
an amazing staff at North Saginaw Charter Academy dedicated to helping all of
our students reach their personal best in the classroom,” said Simpson. “I’m
looking forward to a great year ahead with the staff, students, and parents
working together to ensure students are meeting and exceeding academic
milestones year after year.”
Simpson holds a
bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Spring Arbor University and a
master’s degree in reading from East Stroudsburg University. She also holds a
K-12 administrative certificate from Eastern Michigan University.
Charter Academy is a free public charter school serving students in
kindergarten through eighth grade.