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New Sabetha Elementary School principal hired

Rusty Willis

(KNZA)--An Atchison teacher has been hired as the new Sabetha Elementary School principal.

Prairie Hills USD 113 Superintendent Todd Evans said the USD 113 Board of Education, during their regular meeting Monday evening, approved a two-year contract with Rusty Willis.

Willis has taught in Atchison Public Schools since August 2010—including 5 years as a 5th grade teacher and six years as a 8th grade English language arts teacher.

She has two bachelor's degrees—one broadcast journalism and the other in elementary education.

Willis has two master's degrees—one in education and the other in educational leadership and administration.

Evans said they are excited about the positive energy and valuable experience she will bring to Sabetha Elementary School.

She will replace Sarah Toedman, who is resigning after 21 years of service with the former USD 441 and USD 113—including six years as Sabetha Elementary School principal.

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