For Immediate Release — October 11, 2019 | Humphreys West ES
CAMP HUMPHREYS, KOREA — October 11, 2019 — The Pacific West District Superintendent, Dr. Jeff Arrington, is pleased to announce the selection of Ms. Allysse Struhs as Humphreys West Elementary School Principal. Ms. Struhs is a highly qualified educator and leader with over 16 years of experience and a strong background in curriculum, instruction, and leadership. Her previous positions have included Principal, Training and Curriculum Specialist, and elementary school teacher. She has extensive experience in successfully implementing and sustaining collaboration between instructional leaders and establishing strong professional development opportunities based on individual teacher needs, strengths, and reflection.
Ms. Struhs received her Associate Degree in Psychology from Ricks College, Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education from Brigham Young University-Idaho, and two Master’s degrees from Grand Canyon University, one in Educational Administration and one in Curriculum and Instruction. She has also completed her Education Specialist degree in Educational Leadership from Northwest Nazarene University in 2015.
A strong advocate for putting children first, Ms. Struhs’ passion is for learning and promoting continuous improvement in education to benefit the lives of every student. As an educator and a mother, she values the importance of teaching children to be lifelong learners and inspiring them to be active in their educational journey. She is incredibly excited to start her role as the Osprey Principal!
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