SOUTHBRIDGE — Receiver/Superintendent Jeffrey A. Villar is pleased to share that longtime Charlton Street School staff member Robyn Krapf has been appointed as the school’s new assistant principal.
Krapf has served as a reading specialist at Charlton Street School for six years, and previously taught first grade in Springfield for 10 years. She holds a master’s degree in reading from Elms College.
As a literacy specialist, Krapf works with students, teachers, and staff members to support the learning process and facilitate all common planning time, models lessons, and ensures the effective implementation of groups.
“I felt I could make a bigger contribution to the school by taking on a leadership role, and I am very excited by the opportunity to take this next step,” Krapf said. “I’ve loved my time at Charlton Street School and can’t wait to build on the amazing work that so many of our team members are doing every day.”
In her free time, Krapf enjoys spending time with her husband and daughter attending hockey games or crocheting on the couch with her cats, Giuseppe and Lila. She is also a licensed horseback instructor and loves working with horses.
“Robyn brings a wealth of instructional experience to her new role and I’m confident her strong relationships with the CSS community will serve everyone well,” Superintendent/Receiver Villar said. “It is great to promote an experienced Southbridge teacher to a leadership position. Robyn’s knowledge of literacy and quality instruction are sure to have a positive impact on Charlton Street School.”