Rev. Edward Nemeth, president of Valle Catholic Schools, recently introduced the administration team for the 2019-20 school year.
Greg Miller will be the high school principal, effective July 1.
“We are very excited to welcome Mr. Miller to the Valle Catholic family,” Nemeth said. “I truly believe he is a visionary leader who will drive our pursuit of excellence in all aspects of the Valle Catholic experience.”
Miller currently serves as chair of the theology department at Chaminade College Preparatory School in St. Louis County. Prior to his position at Chaminade, Miller was a guidance counselor and theology teacher at St. Francis Borgia High School in Washington, Missouri. He also served as the assistant principal and director of campus ministry at St. John the Baptist High School in St. Louis.
Amanda Overmann will succeed Elaine Blair, who has served as interim grade school principal this academic year.
Overmann currently teaches middle school math at St. Agnes Catholic School in Bloomsdale but has experience at almost every grade level. Previous to her time at St. Agnes, Overmann served as principal of St. Joseph Catholic School in Bonne Terre.
“Amanda brings energy and a fierce passion for Catholic education to the Valle Catholic family,” Nemeth said. “We are very excited to welcome her to the leadership team and are confident that she will help us continue our pursuit of excellence.”
Amy Drury will continue her role as the director of the early childhood program for Valle Catholic Schools. She has been part of the Valle Catholic team for three years, working with early childhood students, staff and families to build a foundation for Catholic education.
(Information in a release from Valle Catholic Schools.)