July 1, 2019 – Hartford, WI – Hartford Union High School’s (HUHS) Jeffrey A. Walters, begins his new role as superintendent for the 2019-2020 school year. Walters, the former principal at Kettle Moraine High School, was hired in April after a five-month search.
“I am extremely excited to get started as part of our team at HUHS,” said Walters, “I have had the opportunity in the last few weeks to meet parents, students, staff, and community and business partners from the area and very much appreciate the warm welcome and support they have provided me and my family in this transition. I look forward to great things in preparation for the 2019-20 school year, and am eager to meet more members of the community as we continue to make HUHS a destination for all future Orioles.”
Walters graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh in 1997 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Education-Learning Disabilities. He earned a Masters of Arts in Educational Leadership from Marian College in 2002, and recently completed the Administrative Leadership Program from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee leading to superintendent licensure this year.
Walters began his teaching career at Kiel Area School District in 1997 as a Learning Disabilities Teacher. After eight years, he worked for East High School and Journeys Charter School with the Oshkosh Area School District and as a principal for two years. He then spent four years as principal of Mishicot High School. Until recently accepting the superintendent position with Hartford Union High School, Walters was the principal for the Kettle Moraine High School for the past eight years.
Walters is supported by his wife, Beth Hughes-Walters, daughter, Jordyn, who graduated high school this year and is off to Winona State to pursue a teaching degree, sons, Justin (JJ), 9th grade and Brady 6th grade.