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CHRISTINE PAUL NAMED STANLEY SWITLIK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL’S NEXT PRINCIPAL

In 2003, Christine Paul moved to Stanley Switlik Elementary School, where she spent 13 years in a variety of roles to include second grade teacher, library media specialist, district Library Media Teacher Leader, and mentor teacher while being active in the Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) and School Advisory Council. In 2006, she received National Board Professional certification in Library Media.  She was named as MCSD’s 2010-2011 Teacher of the Year during her tenure at SSE.

As the Assistant Principal of Marathon Middle/High School for the past four years, Christine Paul has overseen academic and extracurricular programming, curriculum, and testing reform initiatives for the school’s 6-12 grade students.  She has played key roles in the Positive Behavior Intervention Support (PBIS) and Multi-Tiered Support System (MTSS) programs, while working hard to increase student engagement, achievement and the school’s graduation rate.

 Marathon Middle/High School Principal, Wendy McPherson, asserts that Christine Paul will have a great impact in her new position. “Christine is a passionate educator who believes that a strong educational foundation is the key to a child’s success.”  Furthermore, Mrs. McPherson states.  “I look forward to working with Christine to help improve the transition of our students and to increase opportunities for collaboration between schools to better serve the Marathon community.”

Christine Paul and her husband Derek, a Lieutenant with the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office, have two sons, Raymond (16 years old) and Christopher (12 years old), both former SSE students who currently attend Marathon High School. 

 Congratulations Mrs. Paul