provided the following news release:
The Yorkville District 115 Board of Education approved the hiring of Adam Zbrozek, to serve as Yorkville Middle School’s new principal, at the Board’s April 23rd Regular Meeting.
Zbrozek, a Yorkville resident, brings seven years of administrative experience from St. Charles Consolidated Unit School District 303, including serving as assistant principal of Haines Middle School, principal of Lincoln School and principal of Richmond Intermediate School.
“We are pleased to add Adam Zbrozek to the Yorkville District 115 administrative team,” said Dr. Scott Wakeley, superintendent of schools. “His statewide reputation for being a strong instructional leader and innovator, coupled with his success as a relationship-builder with students, faculty, and parents, makes him uniquely qualified to take the helm of Yorkville Middle School,” he said.
According to Wakeley, Zbrozek has spearheaded the development of a dual language program in his current position at Richmond Intermediate School, which features Spanish and French, as well as implementing a one to one technology program utilizing iPads for all students. Additionally, Zbrozek will be presenting a statewide webinar on utilizing parents during the school day as a resource to improve reading outcomes for students.
“I am tremendously excited to work in my home district; it is a dream come true,” said Zbrozek. “I have the opportunity to work with a young enthusiastic staff who love working with students, which is what we’re all about. We want to help students in the learning process to achieve high levels,” he said.
Zbrozek holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Illinois State University, and a Masters of Science in Education from Northern Illinois University.