The Sycamore High School administrative team is completed for the 2022-23 school year.
Emily Schwegman has been named an interim assistant principal, serving on contract from Hamilton County Educational Services Center (ESC).
“I am excited to be joining a district that values the diversity of all students and staff members. I can’t wait to work with a team that strives for excellence, innovation, and collaboration,” said Ms. Schwegman. “Everyone I have met so far has been so open and supportive. I can’t wait to be part of Sycamore’s growth and prosperity.”
Since 2018, Ms. Schwegman has worked as a school improvement consultant for Hamilton County ESC, providing instructional leadership and creating instructional resources for Grades 7-12.
“By adding Ms. Schwegman to our team, we will be well-equipped to lead our students, staff and community to wonderful new heights,” said Taylor Porter, Sycamore High School principal. “She is committed to supporting teachers and students through collaborative relationship building. From the administrative side her knowledge, skills, and experience will be deployed on master schedule needs, testing coordination, and teacher evaluations to name a few.”
Prior to her joining the ESC, Ms.Schwegman served as an instructional supervisor and high school math teacher at the Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow (ECOT). ECOT was the first online charter school in the nation to graduate students. She has also taught math at the Springer School and served as an alternative schooling teacher at Colerain High School. She received her Master of Education and her Bachelor’s degree from Miami University.
Ms. Schwegman will fill the vacant assistant principal role left by Janelle Schunk who moved to interim principal at Sycamore Junior High for the upcoming school year.