BRONSON, MI - Ryan Elementary School in Bronson will have a new face leading their staff.
The Bronson Board of Education approved the hiring of Ms. Kristen Frisbie to fill the principal position at Ryan Elementary. Ms. Frisbie comes to Bronson with 25 years of experience in education, serving as a teacher in Three Rivers for 18 years, principal in Mendon for 4 years, and as the Curriculum and Instructional Consultant in Constantine for the past 3 years.
Superintendent Steve Wilson said he is “excitedly anticipating Ms. Frisbie to join the Bronson administrative team”. Wilson added that he felt “her experience and qualifications made her an excellent candidate for the position”.
Frisbee said she is “looking forward to being a part of the Ryan team and building on the great things they have in place”.
Frisbie’s hiring is effective August 1.
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