Stagg Administration

 Eric Olsen

Phone: 708-974-7410

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Eric Olsen

Principal

Eric Olsen began his career in District 230 in 2005 as Associate Principal of Instruction at Stagg High School.  In 2007 he was named Principal of Amos Alonzo Stagg High School and has served in this capacity since.  Before coming to District 230 Eric served as an assistant principal, dean of students, and language arts teacher.  During his career he has had the opportunity to teach students from kindergarten to high school in a number of capacities.  Eric Olsen earned his bachelor's degree in Education from University of Wisconsin at Whitewater and a Master's in School Administration from Governors State University.

Dr. Katie McMillan

Phone: 708-974-7414

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Dr. Katie McMillan

Associate Principal

Katie has been a member of District 230 since 1998 when she was hired as a science teacher. During her time as a teacher she also coached girls basketball, girls volleyball, and girls track & field during various years. In addition to her coaching she was a sponsor to several clubs and organizations and continues to support co-curricular activities. In 2006, Katie joined the administrative team in the main office. Academically she holds degrees from DePaul University, Governors State University, St. Xavier University and Roosevelt University.

Dr. Ian Macleod

Phone: 708-974-7412

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Dr. Ian Macleod

Associate Principal

Dr. Ian MacLeod joined District 230 and Amos Alonzo Stagg High School in 2005 as the Special Services Director. He began as Assistant Principal in 2009 and now serves as the Associate Principal for Student Services. He earned a B.A. in Psychology and Specialist in School Psychology degree from Eastern Illinois University. He holds a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from Loyola University Chicago where he also earned his educational administration certification. His research at Loyola focused on secondary school responses to bullying and has enjoyed presenting on this and related topics. Before working for District 230, he served as a school psychologist for Lincoln-Way East High School and Director of Student Services for Mokena School District 159.

 Michelle Augustyniak

Phone: 708-974-7435

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Michelle Augustyniak

Division Chair for Physical Education, Health and Drivers Education

Michelle has served on the Administrative Team at Stagg High School since 2014 when she was hired as the Physical Education, Health and Driver Education Division Chair. Prior to coming to District 230, she taught Physical Education at Neuqua Valley High School and had the opportunity to open Metea Valley High School in 2009, serving as Department Chair for Physical Education, Health and Driver Education. Michelle earned her Bachelor’s Degree from Illinois State University and her Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership from University of St. Francis.

 Christopher Campos

Phone: 708-974-7497

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Christopher Campos

Dean

Chris Campos joined the Dean’s office at Stagg High School in 2016. He first began his career in District 230 as a Spanish teacher in 2007. Before that, he taught Spanish at Warren Township High School in Gurnee, IL. from 2002-2007. In his 11th year at Stagg High School, Chris has contributed his time to academic success as a teacher, serving as a basketball coach and head girls soccer coach, and now as an administrator in the Dean’s office. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish Education from Illinois State University and also obtained his Master of Arts in Educational Administration from Northeastern Illinois University.

 Mary Pat Carr

Phone: 708-974-7490

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Mary Pat Carr

Head Dean

Mary Pat Carr has been the Head Dean at Stagg since 2010. Prior to this position, she was a Dean for three years. Mary Pat began her career at Stagg in 2002 as a French Teacher, Swim Coach, Water Polo Coach, and Community Swim Coordinator. Mary Pat has a BA in the Teaching of French from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and a BS in Educational Leadership from the University of St. Francis.

 Craig Ebel

Phone: 708-974-7434

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Craig Ebel

Division Chair for Math and Business

Mr. Ebel attended Northern Illinois University for his two Bachelors Degrees in Statistics and Math Education. He then continued his education to get his Masters Degree at Illinois State University in Administration in Education. Mr. Ebel currently is certified to teach all mathematics and be an administrator. Mr. Ebel joined the staff of District 230 in 2006 as the Division of Mathematics and Business at Stagg High School.

 Kathryn Meader

Phone: 708-974-7420

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Kathryn Meader

Guidance Director

Kathryn Meader joined the Stagg High School administrative team as the Director of Guidance in 2015. Prior to her work in District 230, she served in multiple roles during her tenure at Lincoln-Way Community High School District. At Lincoln-Way East, Kathryn served as a special services teacher, dean, head softball coach and Coordinator of Student Activities proudly establishing the Best Buddies organization for students. She then returned to special education as the Coordinator of Special Services at Lincoln-Way North. Kathryn received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Education with a focus in Special Education and Psychology from Loyola University Chicago and was a student-athlete for the Rambler’s softball team. She earned her Master of Arts degree in Educational Administration from Governors State University and was awarded a Doctor of Education degree in Administration and Supervision from Loyola University Chicago in 2015.

 Sandra Mech

Phone: 708-974-7433

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Sandra Mech

Division Chair for English and Music

Sandy joined Stagg High School as the Division Chair for English, Music, and English Learners in 2007. Prior to joining District 230, she was an English teacher at Thornton Fractional North High School and Department Chair at Plainfield High School Central Campus. There she taught a number of English courses and sponsored a variety of clubs where she earned "Activity Sponsor of the Year" award. Sandy earned her Bachelor's Degree in English from St. Xavier University and a Master's Degree in Educational Administration from Chicago State University.

 Jerry Palumbo

Phone: 708-974-7491

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Jerry Palumbo

Dean

This is Jerry's 15th year in District 230. He joined D230 in 2004 as an Associate Principal at Carl Sandburg High School. After two years, he realized his passion was working directly with students and became a Dean of Students at Amos Alonzo Stagg High School. In addition he also works with the Alternative Education - Night School Program. Prior to joining D230, Jerry worked for five years at Waubonsie Valley High School as a Dean of Students. Other positions include a Crisis Interventionist and Intense Resource Teacher. Jerry is a recipient of the "Teachers Across America" Scholarship and holds Masters of Arts Degrees and Special Education and Educational Leadership from Northeastern Illinois University, and a Bachelors of Science Degree with honors in Criminal Justice Sciences from Illinois State university.

 Gail Rubio

Phone: 708-974-7431

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Gail Rubio

Division Chair for Special Services

Gail has served on the Administrative Team at Stagg High School since 2018, when she was hired as the Director of Special Services.  Prior to coming to Stagg High School, Gail served as the Special Education Department Chair at Glenbard East High School.  Gail’s other administrative experience was in Cook County School District 130 from 2011-2017, first as a Pupil Personnel Services Coordinator, then as the Administrator for Pupil Personnel Services.  Prior to administration, Gail was a special education teacher at the secondary level from 2005-2011 in Chicago Public Schools and Community High School District 218.  Gail earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Special Education from Benedictine University and both Master’s Degrees, one in Curriculum and Instruction and the other in Educational Leadership from Concordia University. 

 Joseph Sieczkowski

Phone: 708-974-7432

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Joseph Sieczkowski

Division Chair for Science, Applied Technology and FACS

Joe Sieczkowski joined District 230 and Amos Alonzo Stagg High School in 2017. Prior to D230, he was a Technology and Engineering Education teacher at South Elgin High School for 8 years and a CTE Secondary Technology Integration Coach for SD U-46 for 2 years. Joe Sieczkowski earned his bachelor's degree in Technology Education from Illinois State University as well as Masters' in Instructional Technology and Principal Preparation from Chicago Concordia University.

 Shannon Sisk

Phone: 708-974-7492

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Shannon Sisk

Dean

Shannan first joined District 230 in 2003 as a Special Education Teacher. She worked in the Special Services Department for 12 years and was also a member of the Athletic Department as the Boys' and Girls' Head Volleyball Coach. Shannan then transitioned to the Intervention Room where she taught for 2 years, before taking the role of Dean of Students. In her 15th year at Stagg High School, Shannan received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Illinois State University, a Masters in Special Education from Saint Xavier University and a graduate degree in Educational Leadership from DePaul University.

 Zachary Spoor

Phone: 708-974-7540

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Zachary Spoor

Division Chair for Social Studies, Foreign Language and Art

Zack became a member of Stagg High School in 2014 as a Social Studies Teacher and Literacy Specialist. During his time as teacher, he also coached track and field and football. In 2018, Zack became the Division Chair for Art, Social Studies, and World Languages. Zack earned a Bachelor’s degree in Teaching History from Augustana College, and earned two Master’s degrees from Concordia University including one in School Leadership and Literacy Education. Before joining District 230, he was a Social Studies Teacher at Grant Community High School in Fox Lake, Illinois for four years.

 Terry Treasure

Phone: 708-974-7438

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Terry Treasure

Athletic Director

Mr. Treasure has served District 230 in a variety of positions. Mr. Treasure began his career as a P.E./Health teacher at Stagg before becoming a Dean of Students at Sandburg, which he served for 6 years. He then became an Assistant Principal at Sandburg a role he served for 7 years. Having been involved with coaching student/athletes for 25 years he returned to Stagg and accepted the role of Athletic Director.