Galion City Schools is introducing Dr. Jeffrey Hartmann to the community at a special event scheduled for July 26. The gathering will take place at the Three Bean Coffee House in Uptowne Galion from 6 to 8 PM.

On May 19, the Galion Board of Education officially voted to hire him as the new Superintendent for Galion City Schools. He begins his tenure on August 1.

Most recently, Dr. Hartmann serveed as the Principal of Stow-Monroe Falls High School. With over twenty years of experience as an educator in Ohio and Pennsylvania, Hartmann has served as principal of Pottstown and Philipsburg-Osceola Area High Schools and assistant principal at Loyalsock Township High School. In addition, he served as an adjunct professor for Immaculata and Wilkes Universities and the American College of Education teaching school leadership and principal preparation courses. Dr. Hartmann also founded Upstream Leaders, a firm assisting organizations in rising to the next level of production and results.

“I am excited to join the Galion family and get to know our hard-working staff in the coming weeks” shared Dr. Hartmann. “We have a dedicated school community that cares deeply for the future of their children. I look forward to talking with our parents and community members as we begin this important partnership.”

Dr. Hartmann received a Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education from Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania, followed by a Master of Education in School Leadership and Education Policy from the University of Pittsburgh. He then went on to pursue a Doctorate of Education in School Leadership & Education Policy from the University of Pittsburgh.

Source: Galion City Schools