A longtime North Judson-San Pierre School Corporation employee is retiring from the corporation in a couple of days. Pam Croll is the assistant principal at the elementary school. Superintendent Lynn Johnson says she’s served in a number of positions during her 18 years with the corporation.
“She’s certainly made a difference. Classroom teacher, Response to Intervention, RTI coordinator, Title 1 and now assistant principal at the elementary school….Pam is leaving us at the end of next week. They want her to start April 1st, and we’re happy to accommodate that so she can begin her new position at Kankakee Valley,” said Superintendent Johnson.
North Judson-San Pierre Elementary Principal Mike McBride says Croll has made a tremendous difference at the school.
“I came here in 2000,” commented McBride. “Tremendous classroom teacher, right here. She became the I-Read coordinator…Through her hard work, shared leadership with her the whole way through, on our last five state grades we’ve had two B’s and 3 A’s the last two years.”
The North Judson-San Pierre School Board presented Croll with a certificate of appreciation in honor of “The Bluejay Way.” She says her leaving is bittersweet because she’s leaving a wonderful corporation with a dedicated, hard-working staff.