Superintendent

 Jennifer Brown

Phone: 231.876.5002

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Jennifer Brown

I am honored to serve the students, staff, parents and community of Cadillac as Superintendent of Cadillac Area Public Schools. When I moved to Cadillac to begin my career as a junior high English teacher, I quickly fell in love with the people in this community. Throughout my career at CAPS, I have had the opportunity to serve children as a teacher, coach, adviser, assistant principal, and superintendent. My three children attend Cadillac Area Public Schools and are fortunate to have amazing educators and opportunities that will shape their future. I believe that ALL kids can learn and deserve to be challenged and supported. I am proud to be a part of the Viking tradition of excellence!

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Forest View Elementary Principal

 Carrie Paulen

Phone: 231.876.5100

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Carrie Paulen

I am honored to serve as the principal at Forest View Elementary and I feel privileged  to work with our highly qualified and  devoted staff, our wonderful students, and our supportive Forest View families.  I have over two decades of educational experience teaching English at a variety of grade levels.  I enjoy both teaching and learning and always look for new ways to challenge myself. Most recently I have started learning to speak French. I believe that positive relationships foster student growth and I cherish the relationships I have made at Forest View. When I am not working I enjoy spending time with my husband and three adult children.

Franklin Elementary Principal

 Jaime Heuker

Phone: 231.876.5200

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Jaime Heuker

It is an honor to serve as principal of Franklin Elementary School. Cadillac Area Public Schools (CAPS) has a proud tradition of excellence in the academics, arts, and athletics. The key to this success is the strong partnership between the school, our parents and our community. We provide enriched learning experiences in the classroom and continued learning opportunities beyond the school walls. The faculty and staff believe that when students are engaged, challenged and supported, all students will be successful. Franklin Elementary School offers hands on learning that includes STEM activities, intervention times to support all learners, and after school tutoring. At Franklin Elementary School, we are committed to maximizing the potential of each student. Success is everywhere at CAPS. I thank each student for their efforts and challenge them to reach higher. CAPS is preparing its students to meet the challenges of the 21st century and I welcome you to be a part of our legacy.

Lincoln Elementary Principal

 Kerri Roby

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Kerri Roby

My name is Kerri Roby, I am the principal at Lincoln Elementary. In the past I taught preschool for 1 year, Kindergarten at Franklin Elementary for 14 years, and then joined the amazing Lincoln family during the 17/18 school year. My husband and I are both from the area and our raising our very busy little boy in this amazing community. I look forward to working with and getting to know each of you a little more and making this school year the best yet.

Mackinaw Trail Middle School Principal

 Matthew Brown

Phone: 231.876.5600

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Matthew Brown

Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world” Nelson Mandela. I have had the privilege of being involved in education my entire adult life. My wife and I have lived in Cadillac for over 20 years and we have three children in the Cadillac Schools. It is my honor to be the principal at Mackinaw Trail Middle School. I have previously worked as a teacher, elementary principal and coach and I am excited for the school year to begin. I look forward to strengthening my relationships with students and families and our staff has prepared exciting and innovative challenges for our students for the months ahead.  I am highly passionate about education as I continually look to engage, motivate and inspire our students. It is amazing to watch our fifth and six graders grow both academically and socially.  I thoroughly enjoy working with such an amazing group of young people, families, and staff. I look forward to partnering with you in your child's educational journey. When I am not at school, I can be found engaging with my three children as we all enjoy hunting, fishing and camping.  Looking forward to a great year at Mackinaw Trail Middle School.

Cadillac Junior High School Principal

 Michael Outman

Phone: 231.876.5700

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Michael Outman

I am Mike Outman, Cadillac Junior High Principal. My wife, Lisa, is an elementary teacher at CAPS and we have four children...Olivia, Gabriel, Sara, and Sophia. My educational background includes three degrees from Grand Valley State University, including a Bachelor's, Master's and Specialist degree. My journey in education began with teaching shared-time Spanish for Coopersville Area Public Schools at both the elementary and secondary levels. After I left Coopersville, I began teaching in Baldwin. I taught Special Education classes, Spanish, Social Studies and Adult Ed . I then moved into administration in Baldwin in 2003. During the next five years, I served in various roles including Dean of Students, Athletic Director, JH/HS Assistant Principal, Alternative Education Director, and JH Principal. I left Baldwin to take the Assistant Principal position at CJHS in 2008, and was in that position until I took over as Principal. I am blessed to work with an exceptional staff here at CJHS. We are committed to ensuring that all students are supported academically and emotionally in order to provide them with an exceptional JH experience!

Cadillac High School Principal

 Konrad Molter

Phone: 231.876.5800

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Konrad Molter

Hello - I am Konrad Molter.  I have a beautiful wife and am father to five incredible kids, one grandson, two dogs, and a cat.  I have been educating kids for the past 29 years and it truly is a passion of mine.  I have taught English, Conflict Resolution, and Government.  I have been an athletic director, assistant principal, director of student activities, and a secondary principal. I believe that every child can learn and grow.  I hope that I can foster a love of learning through my actions, words, and caring.  It is an honor to be able to work with the amazing staff, parents, and students at Cadillac High School.  I welcome you all to be a part of this amazing community.  Go Vikings!

Cadillac High School Assistant Principal

 Katie Nimcheski

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Katie Nimcheski

Greetings CAPS Community!  It is an honor and privilege to serve as Assistant Principal of Cadillac High School.  I began my journey in education as a student-teacher at Flint Central High School. Upon graduating from the University of Michigan, I taught in several other districts in Michigan, Colorado, and Alaska.  After finishing my Master’s Degree from Grand Valley State University, I entered into the realm of Administration as a Principal at a private school, and I also served as the Dean of Students at Alpena High School.  I am extremely grateful to have been given a leadership opportunity at CAPS. My family and I love Northern Michigan and are excited to plant roots in Cadillac.

Cadillac Innovation High School, Principal

 Kelly Buckmaster

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Kelly Buckmaster

I look forward to leading Cadillac Innovation High School.

 

Athletic Director

 Fred Bryant

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Fred Bryant

I accepted the position of Athletic Director for Cadillac Schools in 2017.  I previously served as Athletic Director in Newberry, Michigan for eight years and also coached basketball, football and track teams there.  As Athletic Director I am commitment to students, parents and the greater Cadillac community.

I am a firm believer that all students deserve the opportunity to become a stronger, more fit individuals and it is my goal to provide that positive and successful experience for the student athletes at CAPS. I believe that athletics is an extension of the classroom and when those two venues are combined, it will ensure that we hold students to a high standard of character, accountability and pride.

I am really enjoying being in Cadillac with my wife Heather and our two daughters.