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Alumni Profile: Dan Sebring ’05

Alumni Profile: Dan Sebring ’05

Dan Sebring ’05 has a growing list of ties to Ursuline College.

The principal of Normandy Elementary School in Bay Village, Ohio, earned his master’s degree in educational administration at Ursuline in 2005.  He participated in Ursuline’s new post-master’s principal licensure and superintendent licensure programs. Most recently he has been teaching a graduate education class at the College.

“I have really found excellent continuity in every program I have experienced at Ursuline,” Sebring said. “A common theme in Ursuline programs seems to be a relationships-first approach to leadership.”

That approach appears to have served Sebring well.

He started his career as a special education teacher in Denver and later taught in the East Cleveland City School District and then in Painesville, Ohio, where he was promoted to principal. There he led a kindergarten-through-fifth-grade school from a state rating of continuous improvement to a rating of excellent.

He was appointed Normandy Elementary principal in 2013 and three years later the Ohio PTA named Sebring its Outstanding Educator, a statewide honor. In a story about the award, published in the Westlake Bay Village Observer, Bay Village Superintendent Clint Keener said, “Dan Sebring strives to improve learning for all students while also planning activities to excite the children about school.”

 

 

Dan Sebring ’05 has a growing list of ties to Ursuline College.

The principal of Normandy Elementary School in Bay Village, Ohio, earned his master’s degree in educational administration at Ursuline in 2005.  He participated in Ursuline’s new post-master’s principal licensure and superintendent licensure programs. Most recently he has been teaching a graduate education class at the College.

“I have really found excellent continuity in every program I have experienced at Ursuline,” Sebring said. “A common theme in Ursuline programs seems to be a relationships-first approach to leadership.”

That approach appears to have served Sebring well.

He started his career as a special education teacher in Denver and later taught in the East Cleveland City School District and then in Painesville, Ohio, where he was promoted to principal. There he led a kindergarten-through-fifth-grade school from a state rating of continuous improvement to a rating of excellent.

He was appointed Normandy Elementary principal in 2013 and three years later the Ohio PTA named Sebring its Outstanding Educator, a statewide honor. In a story about the award, published in the Westlake Bay Village Observer, Bay Village Superintendent Clint Keener said, “Dan Sebring strives to improve learning for all students while also planning activities to excite the children about school.”

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