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New Assistant Principal Named at Sycamore Junior High

Tyler Meyer Chad Lewis and Traci ReaSycamore Community Schools is welcoming a new assistant principal to the administration team at Sycamore Junior High School. 

Tyler Meyer brings 10 years of educational experience as he joins the junior high team. Since 2013, he has served the students and families of Mt. Healthy City Schools. He is currently the assistant principal at Mt. Healthy High School. He previously served as Dean of Students at Mt. Healthy High School and Student Services coordinator for the district. He was the Summer School Coordinator during Summer 2018 for the junior high.  

“We look forward to welcoming Tyler Meyer to our team,” said Chad Lewis, superintendent. “Mr. Meyer has worn a lot of different hats while working at Mt. Healthy and will bring a diverse skill set that will make us even better.”

““I am excited for the opportunity to join Sycamore School and look forward to the new challenges ahead,” said Meyer.

Prior to becoming an administrator, Meyer taught at Mt. Healthy Jr./Sr. High School as an intervention specialist and lead teacher for four years. He was also an intervention specialist at Mt. Healthy South Elementary School between 2015-2018. He held the position of Union President as well as Senior Building Representative for the Mt. Healthy Teacher’s Association. 

Meyer previously worked as an intervention specialist and educational assistant at the Children’s Home of Cincinnati High School for Students with autism spectrum disorders. 

Meyer is also actively involved with students outside of the classroom. During his career at Mt. Healthy, he has served as the head coach for both the Varsity Boy’s and Girl’s soccer teams. 

Meyer graduated from the College of Mount St. Joseph in 2012 with a Bachelor of Arts in Special Education. He received his Master of Education and his principal licensure from the University of Cincinnati. He will be receiving his superintendent license from Xavier University this Spring. 

“Tyler Meyer has a heart for kids and a knowledge of special education that will benefit our team tremendously,” said Dr. Traci Rea, Sycamore Junior High principal. “We are excited to have him joining us.”

Meyer will replace Molly Bernosky who is resigning at the end of the school year to spend more time with her family.