Stratford School District to make offer for superintendent position
For the City Times
STRATFORD – During their March 8 meeting, the Stratford school board made the decision to offer Dr. Nathan Lehman the position of superintendent of schools with the district.
Lehman is currently the principal of Mosinee High School, where he manages budgets and grants totaling $400,000. He has held that position for eight and a half years.
Prior to his work in Mosinee, Lehman was a technology and engineering teacher at Fond du Lac High School for five years and a technology education teacher at Woodworth Middle School in Fond du Lac for six years.
He has also served as a football, basketball, softball, and baseball coach.
Lehman holds a doctor of education degree with Edgewood College in Madison and a superintendent license with Marian College.
Stratford School Superintendent Scott Winch will retire from his position at the end of the 2021-22 school year. His last day will be June 30.
During Winch’s tenure, the district undertook a $16 million renovating and updating project on the Stratford Middle/High School and the elementary school.
“(The) board is still working on contract negotiations but they hope to have that all wrapped up before the March 14 school board meeting,” Winch said in a release.