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Jill Howe Appointed Assistant Principal at Bentley School

Bentley — Wolf Creek Public Schools (WCPS) is excited to announce that Jill Howe has been appointed the new Assistant Principal of Bentley School, effective from the start of the 2024/2025 school year.

Howe is a seasoned educator who has dedicated the last 13 years to teaching grades 3 to 7 at Bentley School. Her deep commitment to educational excellence and student inclusion has made her a pivotal member of the school's faculty. Howe has served as an inclusion coach at Bentley School and at both Eckville Schools, bringing forth progressive strategies and a compassionate approach to student learning.

"Jill's extensive experience at Bentley, coupled with her leadership in inclusion, makes her exceptionally well-suited to step into this role," said Sonja Dykslag, Assistant Superintendent of People Services. "We are confident that her innovative methods and strong leadership skills will continue to enhance our educational environment and support our diverse student body."

Howe holds a Master’s Degree from Wilkes University and is a graduate of the Aspiring Leadership Cohort, which speaks to her preparedness and drive to take on leadership roles within the educational community.

"I am honored to step into the role of Assistant Principal at Bentley School," said Howe. "I look forward to continuing to serve and contribute to our school’s success, fostering an inclusive and dynamic learning environment for all our students."

Howe’s appointment reflects WCPS’s commitment to leadership continuity and the promotion of experienced educators who are deeply embedded within their communities.

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