Alix school receives new principal

Brenda Massing has been appointed the new assistant principal for Alix-MAC School, effective at the beginning of the 2013-2014

  • May. 8, 2013 8:00 a.m.

Brenda Massing has been appointed the new assistant principal for Alix-MAC School, effective at the beginning of the 2013-2014 school year.

“I am really excited to work with the staff, students and community of Alix,” said Massing.

“Mrs. Massing has tremendous leadership skills and places great value in connecting with students, staff and parents,” commented Jayson Lovell, assistant superintendent of Wolf Creek Public Schools. “She is a certified educational coach and has an extensive background in AISI and U21C. I am very confident she will be highly successful in her new role at Alix-MAC School.”

Massing has been a strong leader in Wolf Creek Public Schools for more than 20 years, serving Mecca Glen School as a teacher, AISI and SSF leader and assistant principal (2008-2013). She recently completed her master’s degree in the Art of Science and Teaching from Wilkes University. She has extensive background in AISI and U21C.

While most of her time outside of school has recently been spent completing her master’s program, Massing still finds time to support her daughters in their rodeo endeavors and extracurricular interests. Many of her weekends are spent in the coaching world; she loves to train coaches, work with leaders and parents and guide individuals that are working toward personal or professional goals.

She is also an avid curler and golfer and she looks forward to climbing her first mountain this summer.

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