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Worland named new Monroe Elementary principal

The City of St. Charles School District is excited to announce that Tiffanie Worland has been selected to serve as principal of Monroe Elementary, effective July 1, 2022. The District’s Board of Education approved the selection at its December 9, 2021 meeting.

Worland currently serves as the assistant principal at both Monroe and Harris Elementary, a role she has occupied since 2018. Prior to her current role, Worland served as a 6th grade math teacher at Jefferson Intermediate School from 2013-18.

“I”m very excited to continue working with the students, staff and families of Monroe Elementary,” Worland said. “It’s an honor to work with and support our students so they can reach their full potential and achieve their goals while at this school.”

Worland holds two degrees: a Master of Science in Elementary Leadership from Western Governors University and a Bachelors of Art in Elementary Education from Hanover College.

“We are very excited for Tiffanie’s new role in the St. Charles School District family,” said Dr. Jason Sefrit, superintendent of schools. “Her experience serving as Monroe’s assistant principal for the past four years will help provide a seamless transition to the students and staff for next school year.”

Worland will be replacing Dr. Kathy Kostos, who is retiring at the end of the 2021-2022 school year after serving the district faithfully for four years.