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Kelly Walsh announces five possible candidates to succeed outgoing principal Brad Diller

Kelly Walsh announces five possible candidates to succeed outgoing principal Brad Diller

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Students head back to Kelly Walsh High School after their lunch break on Dec. 12.  

The Natrona County School District has announced five prospective candidates to replace retiring Kelly Walsh principal Brad Diller.

The district will host a moderated forum for the candidates — four of whom are educators in the district — at the high school at 7 p.m. Thursday. The district wants parents and community members to provide questions ahead of time for the prospective candidates.

Diller announced his retirement last year. He was principal at the high school for 23 years and said a decision on his successor would be up to the school district.

The candidates are:

  • Mike Britt, the principal of Centennial Junior High. He attended Lesley College—Cambridge and has a master’s degree in education.
  • Christopher Dresang, an assistant principal at Natrona County High. He attended the University of Montana – Bozeman, completing a master’s of education.
  • Mark Fritz, the principal at Tongue River High in Sheridan County School District No. 1. He attended the University of North Dakota and attained a master’s of education degree.
  • Gibson Ostheimer, principal of Park Elementary. He attended the University of Minnesota and attained a master’s of science in wildlife conservation.
  • Amy Rose, an assistant principal at Kelly Walsh. She attended Grand Canyon University, completing a master’s of arts degree in Teaching.

To send questions to the district, submit them here by 31. Responses can be sent after the forum to communications@myncsd.org.

Follow education reporter Seth Klamann on Twitter @SethKlamann

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Education and Health Reporter

Seth Klamann joined the Star-Tribune in 2016 and covers education and health. A 2015 graduate of the University of Missouri and proud Kansas City native, Seth worked for newspapers in Milwaukee and Omaha before coming to Casper.

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