Central Catholic School Assistant Principal Announced
Central Catholic School is pleased to announce Mr. Jacob Weisenbach as Assistant Principal for the 2018-19 school year.
“Mr. Weisenbach brings great joy and passion to education, and his experience as test coordinator, teacher, and leader will add great value to our school as we continue to build excellence,” said Mrs. Ruth Hurrle, principal of Central Catholic School. “Our entire community has much to learn from his example of persistence, and we admire his service to the our country and state through the Indiana Army National Guard from 2003-2012.”
Weisenbach transitions to Central Catholic School from Wayne Township where he served for four years as a Special Education teacher. His first day at Central Catholic was Tuesday, July 17.
Mr. Weisenbach wants everyone to know the opportunity to serve the students and families of the Central Catholic Community is a tremendous honor. He is looking forward to making new friends, overcoming new challenges, and building strong relationships here at Central Catholic.
Weisenbach has worked in Indiana schools for 8 years. Prior to his time at Wayne Township, he was a Special Education Teacher for Indianapolis Public Schools. He has a strong background in team building, collaborative lesson plan development, and crisis prevention and intervention. He was selected as Administrative Designee in the prior building he served, and has extensive experience with state requirements and behavior plans.
Weisenbach is a dedicated volunteer, parishioner of St. Ann Church where he is a Youth Instructor, and is a graduate of Roncalli High School. He earned a Bachelor’s Degree from Indiana University and a Master of Arts in Educational Leadership from the University of Indianapolis.
Central Catholic is a Notre Dame ACE Academy in the Archdiocese of Indianapolis. The Notre Dame ACE Academies are a national network of schools operated in partnerships between the University of Notre Dame and (arch)dioceses that focus on continuous improvement in teaching and learning, Catholic school culture, and financial sustainability. To learn more, visit centralcatholicindy.org.