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Milford Teacher New Assistant Principal at MHS

Posted on: May 17, 2018
Shane Ferguson

Milford Junior High School math teacher Shane Ferguson will have a new role in the district next school year. He was named Milford High School's new assistant principal at the May Board meeting. He is replacing Mr. Tom Willson who is leaving the high school to become principal at McCormick Elementary.

Mr. Ferguson has been a mathematics teacher at Milford Junior High School for the past 14 years. He also taught math in Princeton City School District for three years. He is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin and has a Master’s Degree in Education Administration from the University of Cincinnati.

While at the junior high, Mr. Ferguson developed, organized, and taught the double-accelerated math cohort program. He is well known for his innovative teaching and has been recognized for his efforts on the flipped classroom. He has led professional development sessions for educators on a variety of topics: the flipped classroom, use of technology in the classroom, Edpuzzle, and self-guided learning.

“Shane has demonstrated leadership in the classroom and building and an incredible heart for students and an incredible level of energy and work ethic. I believe Shane will bring his passion and dedication to our goals in this new role and will be an exceptional addition to our team,” said Milford High School Principal Josh Kauffman.

In addition to being a successful teacher in the classroom, Mr. Ferguson has coached with Milford’s basketball program for 11 years, the baseball program for 4 years, and has participated in numerous building and district committees. He is currently the JV head/assistant varsity boys basketball coach at Milford High School.

“Words cannot express how excited I am to be a part of the high school team. I look forward to working with our staff, parents, and community to provide our students with the best possible experience throughout their high school career,” Mr. Ferguson said.

Mr. Ferguson is a graduate of Milford High School and has two sons who attend Seipelt Elementary.