District 109's New Assistant Superintendent for Teaching, Learning & Innovation
Effective July 1st, Walden principal Scott Schwartz has been promoted to the position of Assistant Superintendent for Teaching, Learning & Innovation, replacing incoming superintendent Anthony McConnell. Dr. Schwartz has been part of the District 109 family for more than 15 years. He was a teacher and associate principal at Caruso Middle School, and has been principal at Walden for eight years. During his time as principal, he established a strong culture of excellence at Walden, which led to the school’s US Department of Education Blue Ribbon Award in 2016.
Under Dr. Schwartz’s leadership, the Board’s strategic plan will continue to guide the innovative approaches to teaching and learning, and the continued success of District 109 students and staff.