By Jon Tatting—
An educator from an area school district has been chosen as the new principal at Rush City High School.
The school board hired and personally welcomed Brent Stavig during its regular meeting Thursday, May 17. His initial one-year contract begins July 1, so he’ll be ready to greet students back to school in the fall.
Stavig is currently employed as an industrial technology teacher for grades 6-12 at St. Francis High School in St. Francis, Minn. As principal, with a starting salary of $82,000, it will be his first experience in administration.
Stavig replaces Stuart Fuhs who held the job for two years before resigning last month to pursue other opportunities.
Learn more about Rush City High School’s new principal in the May 23 Post Review.