Principal

Steve Morrill - Principal


It is both an honor and a privilege to serve as Wredling Middle School’s principal.  I have been a part of the St. Charles school community since 2000 and am proud to say that this is my 27th year as an educator and my fourth year as Wredling's principal.  During my time in St. Charles, I have served as the principal of Thompson Middle School and I was a member of the Wredling community for nine years as both a teacher and administrator. My classroom teaching experience spans 16 years, working in three different school districts. 

As your principal, I will work to create the best possible learning environment at Wredling.  At the center of this environment are the kids.  I will always have the best interest of all students in mind as decisions are made.  A goal of mine is to consistently make progress and show improvement.  I will be working to instill this goal in both students and staff. 

I am excited about the future of WMS.  We have a dedicated, professional staff working hard to challenge students and help them find success.  At Wredling, we will make the collective effort to create an environment most conducive for students to reach their greatest learning potential.

Our programs focus on active learning and providing middle school -appropriate opportunities for our students.  With that in mind, the staff is also committed to our District 303 Vision Statement:

·        Attain Excellence

·        Learn with Passion

·        Live with Integrity

Educating our children is a collective effort between the home and school.  Fundamental in this partnership is communication. Please browse the WMS web site and familiarize yourself with our/your school. Do not hesitate to call if you have any questions.  Our main office number is (331) 228-3700.  You can also email individual staff members through our web site links.

I can be reached at Stephen.Morrill@d303.org.

I am looking forward to working with the Wredling community to help create the best year yet for our Redhawk students!

Regards,

Steve Morrill
Principal