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Peterman to take the lead as principal at Justice Intermediate

Posted: by Patricia Gibson, Communications Director
News Blog Category - News Marion Community Schools welcomes Robin Peterman as our next principal of Justice Intermediate School.

Peterman is a veteran educator and a proven leader with experience building and leading supportive and energetic school communities that meet the diverse needs of students and help teachers grow as professionals.

"Robin Peterman comes highly recommended and has proven successful leadership in learning experience,” MCS Superintendent Brad Lindsay said. “She will lead a student-friendly, learning-centered TEAM culture at Justice Intermediate School. She will partner with our staff, families and community to make Justice Intermediate School an exciting and fun place for students to learn, and staff to serve". 

Peterman said she is looking forward to this new opportunity.

“I am excited to team with the Marion Giants,” she said. “Everyone I have met exemplifies high expectations and true belief in our students and staff. I can’t wait to meet our school team and community!”

She said she looks forward to working with teachers and students at Justice Intermediate.

“I want teachers to feel appreciated and respected,” she said. “I know their work is difficult. I want them to feel excited when I walk into their rooms, feeling energized to share what they are accomplishing with students.  I want us all, including students, to look forward to school each day. When we know people think the best of us, we excel.”

Peterman earned her bachelor’s degree in elementary education from the University of Michigan, and earned her master’s in school leadership from the Indiana University, where she also went on to earn her administrative license.

"Robin is ready to put all that she has learned into action to the benefit of our students, families, and community we are privileged to serve," Lindsay said.