A new high school principal was approved Monday by the Millcreek-West Unity Board of Education.
The Bryan Times reports that 1992 Hilltop graduate Steven Riley was unanimously approved for the position by the school board.
His contract is for three years, 220 days per year at a starting salary of $66,000 with a 2 percent increase in the second and third years of the agreement. Riley replaces interim high school principal Larry Long, who will be stepping up to the position of superintendent for the district.
Riley holds a bachelor’s degree in education from the University of Toledo, as well as a master’s degree in education administration from Bowling Green State University. He currently teaches high school level social studies at Montpelier High School, a job he has held for 13 years.