Department of Defense Education Activity

Mr. Kevin J. Anglim selected as Assistant Principal for MC Perry High School

For Immediate Release — October 26, 2020 | M.C. Perry HS

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Mr. Kevin Anglim, Assistant Principal, M. C. Perry High School

CAMP ZAMA, JAPAN — October 26, 2020 — Dr. Judy Allen, DoDEA Pacific East District Superintendent, is pleased to announce the selection of Mr. Kevin J. Anglim as Assistant Principal for MC Perry High School.

Mr. Anglim’s DoDEA experience spans 17 years and includes serving at Vilseck High School and Daegu Middle High School. His impact is far reaching in both communities as he has been very active in student organizations, athletics, and leadership. Mr. Anglim has volunteered to serve as Junior Class Sponsor, Freshman Class Sponsor, National Honor Society Sponsor, Art Club, Photography Club, Cross Country Coach, Girls Soccer Coach, Assistant Football Coach, and Assistant Baseball Coach as well as many volunteer positions that supported other student sporting events. His school involvement also includes serving as Faculty Representative Spokesperson, School Advisory Council, Installation Advisory Council, Student Support Team, Continued School Improvement Chairperson, Department Chairperson, Crisis Team, Coronavirus Response Team, various school committees, Art Cohort, Extra Curricular Academic Enrichment Sponsor (Art), Community Judge for Youth Service Art Shows and various other requested events.

At Daegu Middle High School, Mr. Anglim assisted with opening the first 21st century middle high school in the Pacific theatre while bringing Project Based Learning to the Korean peninsula classrooms. He has played a key role in the school setting as an acting administrator while completing his Master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Acacia University.

Mr. Anglim began his education career in New York City teaching art and literacy in the South Bronx after earning his bachelor’s degree from The School of Visual Arts in New York City. He also holds a master’s degree from the City College of New York.

While Mr. Anglim will miss the Daegu community, he and his family look forward to expanding their hobbies of running, photography, painting, reading, fashion, and international travel with their relocation to Japan.