Himsel Likely To Become Next Superintendent Of NACS

By Scott Sarvay

Himsel Likely To Become Next Superintendent Of NACS

June 18, 2010 Updated Mar 22, 2010 at 12:26 PM EST

KOKOMO, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) – The Kokomo Tribune Newspaper is reporting that the current Kokomo-Center School Superintendent Christopher Himsel has accepted a job with Northwest Allen County Schools.

Himsel has been Kokomo’s superintendent since July 2008.

Kokomo’s School Board President Joe Dunbar said that until the Northwestern Allen board votes on Himsel’s contract, he cannot give any further details. Himsel was not available for comment Monday.

Himsel was an assistant professor at University of Indianapolis and executive director of the Indiana Association of Supervision and Curriculum before being hired by the Kokomo-Center board.

Prior to his work at University of Indianapolis, he served six years in the Lafayette School Corp. as assistant superintendent and director of secondary education. He also was principal of Jefferson High School for one year and principal of Tecumseh Middle School for two years.

He previously taught high school math and was a middle school assistant principal for the Metropolitan School District of Perry Township.

Himsel graduated from Danville High School in 1985 and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics education from Indiana State University in 1990. He earned a Master of Science degree in secondary school administration from Butler University and an education specialist degree in educational administration from Indiana State.


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