WARSAW — Warsaw Community Schools has announced it will recommend Amanda Nine as the assistant principal of the class of 2023 at Warsaw Community High School. Nine will be recommended to the WCS Board of School Trustees during the July regular board meeting, scheduled for some time next week. The regular board meeting was originally scheduled for July 24, but was postponed due to illness.
Nine attended college at Indiana University-Purdue University, Fort Wayne, where she received a bachelor’s degree in history and her secondary teaching certificate in government, psychology, sociology, U.S. history and world history.
She continued her education at Ball State University where she earned a master’s degree in educational administration and supervision.
She began her tenure in education at Westview Junior Senior High School as a social studies teacher. After 11 years in that position, she continued to work as an assistant principal at West Noble High School for seven years.
In 2018, she returned to Westview Junior Senior High School, where she worked as a junior high principal for a year. “We are very excited to have Mrs. Nine join Warsaw Community High School as an assistant principal,”said Dr. David Hoffert, superintendent of WCS. “Her experience as an administrator coupled with her knowledge as a former high school educator will be an asset to both staff and students at Warsaw Community High School.”