Scott Mihalovic to Lead Viterbo Educational Leadership Program

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

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Crosse, Wis. — Scott Mihalovic, a longtime and highly respected principal with the
La Crosse School District has been named Viterbo University’s Wisconsin
Educational Leadership Program Coordinator.

In his new position, Mihalovic will
be in charge of programs which provide educational training for individuals
interested in becoming principals, superintendents, or directors of student
services or instruction. Nearly 300 educators are currently enrolled in these
programs provided by Viterbo. His start date has not been finalized.

He succeeds Jim Bagniewski who is
retiring from the position in August.

“We are delighted to welcome Scott
to Viterbo,” said Barbara Gayle, Ph.D, Viterbo’s vice president for academic
affairs.  “His level of expertise and the
trust other educators have in him is outstanding. He will be an excellent mentor
for aspiring administrators who will impact many lives in the schools where
they serve.”

Mihalovic has served as principal of
Logan High School since 1998. He has been a member of the Boys and Girls
Clubs of Greater La Crosse Board of Directors for the past 23 years, serving as
president as well as on several of the club’s committees. He is an active
member of the Logan Alumni Association and Logan Booster Club. In addition, he
has served on the La Crosse County Public Health Community Advisory Council and
Junior Achievement Board.