The Wooster City School District recently hired Nathanael (Nate) Steiner as the new administrative intern for Wooster High School (WHS). Steiner, who has served as an intervention specialist at WHS for the past six years, will officially begin his new position on Aug. 1.
As the high school’s new administrative intern, Steiner will provide support for teachers and administrators while working more closely to improve and maintain student disciplinary policies.
“I look forward to broadening my experience in working with the wonderful staff and students at Wooster High School,” said Steiner. “This will be my seventh year working at Wooster City Schools, and I am happy to accept this opportunity to continue supporting the Wooster community.”
Steiner describes himself as an effective leader, who strives to foster open conversations and support a positive professional culture that betters the lives of students. Living in Wooster with his wife, Becca, and their sixth-month old daughter, Lillian, Steiner is proud to be part of such a wonderful community.
“I am extremely excited about this terrific opportunity,” said Steiner. “Taking on more of a leadership role will allow me to fully engage with the community and hopefully make a positive impact on students, staff members and the community at large.”
In addition to his experience as an intervention specialist, Steiner has a Master’s degree in educational administration from The University of Akron, as well as two professional licenses.
“We are extremely excited for Nate,” said Superintendent Dr. Michael Tefs. “The internship program is where we grow our future administrators and Nate has certainly proven himself to be a teacher-leader, student advocate and dedicated employee.”