THIEL COLLEGE EDUCATION PROFESSOR MENTORS PRINCIPALS
July 7, 2011
Greenville, PA—Dr. Douglas Hazlett, associate professor of education at Thiel College, continued to provide help and guidance to novice principals at local schools during the 2010-2011 school year through the Pennsylvania Principals Mentoring Network (PPMN), a mentoring program for new school administrators.
PPMN matches the administrators with experienced school leaders like Hazlett, who mentor them for one year, including monthly face-to-face visits and weekly e-mail, phone or virtual contact. This year, Hazlett worked with Brian Tokar, assistant principal at Greenville High School, and Pam Chodubski, principal at Harbor Creek Junior High School. Hazlett has mentored 11 area principals over the past several years with the program.
Hazlett has taught at Thiel College since 2006 and is a member of the West Middlesex School District School Board. He is a former assistant high school principal, middle school principal, curriculum director and assistant superintendent. He and his wife, Lisa, are residents of West Middlesex and are the parents of two daughters.
About Thiel College
Thiel College is a liberal arts, sciences and professional studies institution located in Greenville, Pa., that provides a great balance of academic challenge, personal and social involvement, and exceptional value to its 1,100 students. For more information about Thiel College, visit www.thiel.edu or call 800-24-THIEL.