Creek Welcomes New Elementary School Principals
At the beginning of this school year, Creek welcomed Dan Hartman and Makenzie Householder as the district’s two new elementary school principals.
While they are new to their positions, both have a long rich history with Creek schools. Mr. Hartman, previously served as principal at Indian Creek High School and at the Jefferson County Joint vocational School. This Fall, he took the helm at Cross Creek Elementary. Meanwhile, Mrs. Householder was an elementary school teacher and Dean of Students at Cross Creek Elementary before becoming the new principal at Hills Elementary.
Mr. Hartman told the Herald-Star newspaper that his plans are to continue to do the great things CCE is known for. “I am glad to have this opportunity to work with the great people of the Indian Creek community,” he said.
Mrs. Householder brings a wealth of experience to benefit our students. “We plan to support the whole child with our amazing staff, activities and our positive approach to learning,” she told the Herald-Star.
We celebrate our dedicated veteran teachers, like Ginny Pawelczyk, a Hills Elementary 3rd grade teacher who has been teaching Creek kids since 2008. She also spearheads a passion close to her heart, the annual Caps for Kids fundraiser for pediatric cancer research.
Why Choose Creek for Your Child
With new facilities designed for learning and engagement and a team of committed teachers and staff, Indian Creek is the best place for your child to grow and excel.
- The right size for personalized attention
- State-of-the-art technology
- Comfortable setting
- Rooms for group-based learning
All of this helps Creek students thrive in the classroom and beyond!
Hats off to all of our Fall teams and athletes, especially to Creek boys soccer who had an impressive 9-4-2 season (OVAC: 4-1-2) to come in a strong second in the Ohio Valley Conference. Congratulations team and first year head coach and former Creek player Dan Lawrence.
#CreekPrepares All Students for the Future – No matter which path they choose.
Creek’s Career Pathway Success Plan is a binder that begins for every student in 6th grade. With input from the student, parents/guardians and teacher, this organizer helps students understand their skills, aptitude and passions.
Our goal is for every student to graduate with a solid plan to enroll in college or other training, be employed in a career profession or enlist in the military.