Clark-Shawnee Welcomes New Assistant Superintendent

Clark-Shawnee Schools will welcome a new assistant superintendent this fall as Brian Masser joins the district leadership.

Currently the principal of Greeneview High School, Mr. Masser brings a wealth of educational experience to his new role, where he will oversee supervision of support staff, professional development for educators, state testing, and educational development for new teachers, among other duties. 

"Brian Masser brings experience as an instructional leader who will help move our district forward as we prepare students for college and careers," said Mr. Brian Kuhn, the incoming superintendent of the district. "He brings a leadership style that will complement the central office staff as well as our administrative team."

Prior to becoming the principal of Greeneview High School in 2013, Mr. Masser was an assistant principal at Northeastern High School for two years. He taught English at Kenton Ridge High School from 2005 to 2011.

"Clark-Shawnee has a lot of momentum, both in approving a bond issue to modernize its facilities and in making solid academic progress on the new state assessments," said Mr. Masser, who will begin his new role Aug. 1. "I am honored to have the opportunity to join the Clark-Shawnee team at this exciting time as the district continues its pursuit of academic excellence while maintaining a focus on family values that have always defined the district."

Mr. Masser holds a Bachelor's degree in Secondary Education from Cedarville University and a Master's degree in Educational Leadership from the University of Dayton, where he also earned his principal's license. He is currently enrolled in a superintendent's licensure program at the University of Dayton.

Mr. Masser and his wife, Rani, have two children, Tessa and Gavin, and look forward to serving and investing in the Clark-Shawnee community.

Clark-Shawnee Schools will welcome a new assistant superintendent this fall as Brian Masser joins the district leadership.





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