Neal Kasner is dropping the assistant part of his job title as he accepts the job offer as the Greeneview High School Principal. He replaces Brian Masser, who left to become assistant superintendent for Clark-Shawnee schools in Springfield.
“It’s a great school, a great community,” said Kasner, the former GHS football coach and math teacher. “I look forward to serving them in this capacity. I think there’s a lot of great things going on at Greeneview.”
Kasner’s familiarity with the district and ability to lead made him the obvious choice. “He brings a wealth of leadership experiences to the position,” Seevers said. “He has demonstrated that he can build programs, lead a staff, and build relationships with students. He is a deep thinker and will be an excellent building leader. I am excited to see how our building continues to move forward under his leadership.”
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