The Wentzville School District Board of Education has hired Dr. Megan Stryjewski as the district’s assistant superintendent of curriculum, instruction and assessment for the 2018-2019 school year.
Stryjewski is replacing Dr. Gregg Klinginsmith, who has been named the new superintendent for the Warren County School District.
Stryjewski is a native of Missouri and a graduate of Webster Groves High School. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from the University of Missouri-Columbia, a Masters in Educational Leadership from Saint Joseph’s University and an Educational Doctorate from Maryville University.
Stryjewski taught in elementary schools in New York, New Jersey and locally in the Kirkwood School District before being named principal of Truman Elementary and then Concord Elementary for Lindbergh Schools. She presently serves as the director of elementary education and professional learning for Lindbergh Schools and is an adjunct professor for the University of Missouri-Columbia.
“I am thrilled to be joining the Wentzville School District,” said Stryjewski. “I am excited for the opportunity to work with a dynamic team in such a successful school district that is growing and thriving and doing great things for students. I’m looking forward to continuing the tradition of academic excellence the WSD is known for.”