WHS New Principal Named
Warwick School District is pleased to announce Mr. Brian Ginter as the new Warwick High School Principal. Mr. Ginter will be replacing interim principal Michael O’Hara. It is anticipated that Mr. Ginter will assume his new post January 2, 2008.
Mr. Ginter comes to the district from Conestoga Valley School District, where he presently serves as their high school principal; a position he has held for the past five years. Prior to that, he served as assistant principal with the district for three years.
Mr. Ginter earned his B.S. degree and teaching certification from Penn State University and his Master’s degree and administrative certification from East Stroudsburg University. Mr. Ginter began his education career teaching environmental resources to eighth graders at Blue Mountain Middle School and physical science and agricultural education to students in grades nine through twelve at Blue Mountain High School. While at Blue Mountain School District, he assumed many coaching duties including, freshman football, junior varsity baseball and varsity wrestling. He also served as an advisor for both the Future Farmers of America and the community Young Farmer program. Mr. Ginter completed his administrative internship at the Blue Mountain High School.
Superintendent Dr. John George is pleased to welcome Mr. Ginter to the Warwick School District; “We look forward to Mr. Ginter joining our leadership team. We are confident that through his leadership, Warwick High School will continue to excel in academic performance and extra-curricular activities. Mr. Ginter comes highly recommended; his experience and quality performance as a high school principal was a significant factor in our decision.”
The Warwick School District officially appointed Mr. Ginter at a special board meeting held November 6, 2007.