Tuesday, June 06, 2000

Reading schools hire junior-senior principal

By Sue Kiesewetter
Enquirer contributor

        READING — Scott Inskeep will leave Mason Middle School to become principal at Reading Junior-Senior High School.

        Mr. Inskeep will start his new job Aug. 1, replacing Bob Millisor, who is returning to the classroom to teach science at the junior-senior high school.

        “This is a great opportuni ty, and I'm looking forward to it,” said Mr. Inskeep, who has been principal at the middle school the past three years. “A high school is one place I have yet to administer at. I'll be going back to my roots. I grew up in the valley.”

        A Lockland High School graduate, Mr. Inskeep was selected from a field of 23 candidates, said Reading Superintendent Sherry Parr. He was top choice of both the Reading Board of Education and the interviewing team that include high school teachers and a parent.

        “Scott has a great knowledge of curriculum and instruction and a great deal of skill working with people and creating a team atmosphere,” Ms. Parr said. “Our parents and staff created a profile for our new principal, and he fit right into it.”

        Mr. Inskeep was given a two-year contract and will earn $81,473 annually, Ms. Parr said.

        Mr. Inskeep earned his bachelor's degree from Otterbein College and master's from Xavier University. He taught math, history, English and science at Mason Middle School from 1983-90 and served as Warren County's gifted-talented program consultant. He left Mason to teach at Lockland Elementary School for two years before returning as an assistant principal at Mason Heights Elementary for a year, then principal for three years before being named Mason Middle School's principal in 1997.


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