MENOMONEE FALLS (7/8/16) —The School District of Menomonee Falls has selected a new
Associate Principal for Menomonee Falls High School, Kirk Woosencraft.
The name may sound familiar as Woosencraft is a graduate of Menomonee Falls High School and his father was a beloved principal at the high school for many years.
“For me, the memories I had growing up here are all positive, all the friends and teachers and athletics.” Woosencraft said. “It’s a wonderful feeling coming back. I always called Menomonee Falls my home.”
Woosencraft is replacing Bob Vitale as associate principal for students with the last name M-Z as Vitale was promoted to principal of MFHS early last month.
Woosencraft was selected out of a pool of 180 applicants. He has a bachelors of science in
Physical Education from Carthage College and a Master’s of science in Administrative
Leadership from Cardinal Stritch.
“Kirk is an experienced leader, serving in Waukesha as an assistant principal both at the middle and high school level,” said SDMF Superintendent Pat Greco. “His experience is demonstrated. The interview team was especially impressed with Kirk’s commitment, depth of leadership and his focus on strong relationship building.”
He has served as an assistant principal at Waukesha North for four years and most recently at Hornung Middle School for five years. Prior to his roles in educational leadership, he taught as a physical education and health teacher at Waukesha north for 10 years.
His position will be approved by the board on Monday night.