By LeAnn R. Ralph
BOYCEVILLE — The Boyceville school district has hired Tyler Moy as the new middle school and high school principal to replace retiring principal Steve Glocke.
Moy’s first official day of employment in the district will be July 1, said Kevin Sipple, school district administrator, at the Boyceville Board of Education meeting Monday night, March 19.
[emember_protected] “He is excited to get here and to get started,” Sipple said, adding, “we are really looking forward to Tyler’s presence.”
As the school year winds down, Moy will spend some time at Boyceville to meet with administrators and for a “meet and greet” with other staff members, he said.
“We have an excellent candidate chosen,” Sipple said.
The Boyceville Board of Education met in closed session the afternoon of March 2 to interview candidate finalists for the 7-12 principal position.
The Board of Education met in closed session again the evening of March 7 to discuss the hiring of a candidate for the principal’s position and for consideration of a contract.
When the school board reconvened into open session, board member Erik Evenson made a motion to approve the 7-12 principal contract for Tyler Moy with a second by Jeremy Mittlestadt.
The Boyceville Board of Education voted unanimously to approve the contract for Moy. [/emember_protected]