The Waunakee Community School District Board of Education has announced two finalists in its search for a new superintendent — Monica Kelsey-Brown and Scott Sabol.
Kelsey-Brown is currently the superintendent of the Brown Deer School District and has been in this position since the 2020-2021 school year. Prior to this role, she was a central office administrator for 9 years and has worked as a 2nd-grade teacher, curriculum generalist, and student achievement supervisor with the Milwaukee Public Schools.
Sabol is currently the superintendent of the Mayville School District and has been in this position since the 2016-2017 school year. He served the Neosho J3 School District before his work in Mayville as the superintendent of their district. He has worked as a high school principal, high school associate principal, and an art teacher.
The new superintendent will take office on July 1, 2024, and will take over from Superintendent Randy Guttenberg who is retiring after 16 years leading the Waunakee Community School District.
“We are grateful for Superintendent Guttenberg’s remarkable contributions to our school district and are excited about the opportunity to welcome new leadership that will carry forward the traditions of excellence that have become synonymous with the Waunakee Community School District,” Board of Education President Joan Ensign said in a statement.