Featured Staff


There are dozens of behind-the-scenes people who diligently work to make our school as inviting and safe as it is. From the wonderful women who fill our bellies to the hard-workers who line the field and keep our facilities clean, they’re people we couldn’t attend school without. In an attempt to shine a spotlight on these amazing people, media writing will be writing a weekly article about a member of the staff. We invite you to read and learn more about these amazing staff members!

Name: Nate Sorg

How long have you worked at this school: This is my 6th year.

Something you wish the students at the school knew about you, your job, or just life in general: I’m engaged to be married to a wonderful woman named Sue in June 2020!

What made you choose this job: I had been an assistant principal for 14 years and FINALLY decided it was time for me to become a building principal!

What's your favorite thing to do during work: Greeting the students with Free High-5’s!

What your least favorite thing to do during work: Handing out district/regional runner-up medals to our athletic teams, because that means they just lost their last game of the season.

What's your favorite thing to do during your day off: Hanging out with my euchre club or going axe-throwing!

Where is the most interesting place you’ve been: Frankenmuth, Michigan, this past fall! Great scenery and shopping, but way too much food!

What are some small things that make your day better: Going to the cafeteria during the K-2 lunch and fist-bumping the elementary students!

We’d like to thank Mr. Sorg and all the others who help our school run smoothly. Come back next week to learn more about the next employee we interview!

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