A new high school prin­ci­pal was approved Mon­day by the Millcreek-West Unity Board of Edu­ca­tion.

The Bryan Times reports that 1992 Hill­top grad­u­ate Steven Riley was unan­i­mously approved for the posi­tion by the school board.

His con­tract is for three years, 220 days per year at a start­ing salary of $66,000 with a 2 per­cent increase in the sec­ond and third years of the agree­ment. Riley replaces interim high school prin­ci­pal Larry Long, who will be step­ping up to the posi­tion of super­in­ten­dent for the dis­trict.

Riley holds a bachelor’s degree in edu­ca­tion from the Uni­ver­sity of Toledo, as well as a master’s degree in edu­ca­tion admin­is­tra­tion from Bowl­ing Green State Uni­ver­sity. He cur­rently teaches high school level social stud­ies at Mont­pe­lier High School, a job he has held for 13 years.

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