Smith-Green schools superintendent moves to Noblesville
CHURUBUSCO, Ind. (WPTA) - Dr. Daniel Hile is leaving Smith-Green Community Schools to lead Noblesville Schools. His hiring was announced Wednesday in the Indianapolis suburb.
Hile became Smith-Green’s superintendent in 2017 after serving as principal of Churubusco Elementary School. He leaves a district of just over 1,000 students for one with 10,000.
“The Noblesville community told us they wanted a trustworthy, approachable school leader with strong communication and problem-solving skills,” said Dr. Joe Forgey, president of the Noblesville Schools Board of Trustees in a statement. “Dan rose to the top of our candidate pool as someone who exhibited not only these strengths, but who also brings skills in planning, engagement, and financial management. We’re happy to welcome him to the Noblesville Schools family and are confident he will continue to grow our success into the future.”
Hile, who begins his new role on July 1, was equally enthusiastic.
“I’m humbled and excited to have this opportunity to be part of such an outstanding school culture and community. Relationships are central to everything we do as educators, and I look forward to meeting and building strong connections with Noblesville students, staff, families, and community members,” said Hile.
Smith-Green Community Schools will begin the search for a new leader.
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