Salem School District hires interim administrator

Connie Valenza has been hired as the interim district administrator for the Salem School District.

The appointment was announced last week by the School Board.

According to a statement posted on the district’s website:

(Valenza) is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She has twenty-five years of administrative experience, seventeen as a middle and high school principal, and eight years as a Superintendent in Platteville, WI. She is a member of DPI’s Academic Standards Review Council and one of Wisconsin’s representatives on the Multi-State Rural Teacher Shortage Initiative. Her home base is Columbus, WI where she and her husband, Ted, have their home and thirty-five acres on the family dairy farm. They have two daughters and four grandchildren.

David Milz resigned as district administrator Aug. 16 to take a similar position with the Bristol School District. Milz had been the Salem district administrator since 2004.


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